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SubjectRe: [-mm patch] #if 0 mm/backing-dev.c:congestion_wait_interruptible()
On 12/06/07, Adrian Bunk <bunk@stusta.de> wrote:
> congestion_wait_interruptible() is no longer used.
>
Remind me again why it is that we add all these #if 0 blocks instead
of simply removing the unused code?

It's just creating a janitorial task to go and remove all the #if 0
bits at a later time, seems like pointless churn to me. If the code
needs to go, let's just get rid of it in one go instead of two.

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