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SubjectRe: [PATCH] fix maxcpus=N parsing
On Mon, 27 Aug 2007, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> On Mon, 27 Aug 2007, Hugh Dickins wrote:
> >
> > Fix 61ec7567db103d537329b0db9a887db570431ff4: maxcpus=N is now having no
> > ...
> On a totally unrelated issue:
> While looking at the history in gitk and gitweb etc shows these commit
> ID's as nice hyperlinks, I really think it's nicer for everybody if the
> commit is also described with its "headline", so that non-git users (or
> even git users, when just using "git log" or similar) at least can grep or
> google for it.
> So when writing descriptions, I would prefer it if people wrote them
> something like
> Commit 61ec7567db103d537329b0db9a887db570431ff4 ('ACPI: boot correctly
> with "nosmp" or "maxcpus=0"') broke maxcpus parsing on x86[-64] ...
> so that it gets both the exact commit naming and the nice hyperlinks where
> appropriate *and* it ends up being more useful even without the links.

Agreed and noted.

> Yes, it's redundant information, but since we have the useful one-line
> descriptions, it's generally a good idea. And I really do think that it
> tends to make the explanations read better too.
> For example, in this example, I think it really made it more clear what
> kind of change had caused the breakage. Maybe that's not always true, but
> I suspect it's true most of the time.
> I'll fix it up manually (I often do), but I thought I'd just mention this
> stylistic issue.


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