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SubjectRe: [STATUS 2.5] July 10, 2002
> Kurt Garloff wrote:
> > If you want translated kernel messages, use message IDs, that can be parsed
> > and translated in userspace,
> Agreed.

> What's been discussed with Rusty Russell (and I believe he has
> discussed this with Alan) is not modifying the printks, but providing
> logging macros that keep the format string separate from the vararg list
> (but written to a log file as a single event record).

You need a bit more than that. You need a consistent way to report
an IRQ number, a device name, a PCI object etc. That does mean tidying up
printk but not in a bad way. One can imagine either

"%s", irq_name(irq)

"%I", irq

type solutions
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