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SubjectRe: [KJ] [PATCH] drivers/acpi: sizeof/sizeof array size calculations replaced with ARRAY_SIZE
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First off: sorry for my late answer.

> I agree the ACPI CA is a nuisance. But in this case, we're making
> a mountain out of a molehill. I suspect that if somebody spent the
> 15 minutes to make the ARRAY_SIZE patch work in both the Linux ACPI CA
> and the generic Intel one and license it appropriately, Len would
> happily apply the patch.
I hope I got everything right. Here's what I understood so far:

The ACPI Subsystem in the kernel is derived from intel sources. I searched
the web for information about that and finally found

http://www.intel.com/technology/iapc/acpi/downloads.htm

Is that the right one? So what I would have to do in order to
"make the ARRAY_SIZE patch work in both the Linux ACPI CA
and the generic Intel one" is to modify those sources aswell,
send a patch to Intel and another one back to the
lkml.

Is that right? Or am I totally wrong?

Cheers,
Andi
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