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SubjectRe: CML1 cleanup patch, take 2
Tom Rini wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 26, 2001 at 09:50:53AM -0500, Jeff Garzik wrote:
> > PPC guys: this is a gratuitous renaming change that is not required.
> > If you have been following the "CML1 cleanup patch" thread, you see that
> > Eric is blindly dictating policy when he says that CONFIG_[0-9] needs to
> > be cleaned up.

> The counter point to this is what does "CONFIG_6xx" or 8xx mean? It's as bad
> as CONFIG_Mxxx imho :)

No argument.. :) I definitely encourage namespace cleanup in 2.5 -- but
please don't change an identifier just because it begins with a numeric
prefix... Change it because it needs to be changed.

Best regards,

Jeff


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