quite a few architectures have the same csum_partial_copy_nocheck() -
simply memcpy() the data and then return the csum of the copy.
hexagon, parisc, ia64, s390, um: explicitly spelled out that way.
arc, arm64, csky, h8300, m68k/nommu, microblaze, mips/GENERIC_CSUM, nds32,
nios2, openrisc, riscv, unicore32: end up picking the same thing spelled
out in lib/checksum.h (with varying amounts of perversions along the way).
everybody else (alpha, arm, c6x, m68k/mmu, mips/!GENERIC_CSUM, powerpc,
sh, sparc, x86, xtensa) have non-generic variants. For all except c6x
the declaration is in their asm/checksum.h. c6x uses the wrapper
from asm-generic/checksum.h that would normally lead to the lib/checksum.h
instance, but in case of c6x we end up using an asm function from arch/c6x
Screw that mess - have architectures with private instances define
_HAVE_ARCH_CSUM_AND_COPY in their asm/checksum.h and have the default
one right in net/checksum.h conditional on _HAVE_ARCH_CSUM_AND_COPY
Signed-off-by: Al Viro <firstname.lastname@example.org>