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SubjectRe: [PATCH] deprecate (un)register_ioctl32_conversion
Quoting r. Christoph Hellwig ( "Re: [PATCH] deprecate (un)register_ioctl32_conversion":
> On Wed, Jan 05, 2005 at 04:40:43PM +0200, Michael S. Tsirkin wrote:
> > Hello, Andrew, all!
> >
> > Since in -mm1 we now have a race-free replacement (that being ioctl_compat),
> > here is a patch to deprecate (un)register_ioctl32_conversion.
> Sorry, but this is a lot too early. Once there's a handfull users left
> in _mainline_ you can start deprecating it (or better remove it completely).

I dont know. So how will people know they are supposed to convert then?

> So far we have a non-final version of the replacement in -mm and no single
> user converted.

Christoph, I know you want to remove the inode parameter :)

Otherwise I think -mm1 has the final version of the replacement.

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