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SubjectRe: [PATCH] [ASYNC_TX] don't include <asm/> headers
* Dan Williams | 2008-05-09 11:55:25 [-0700]:
>On Fri, May 9, 2008 at 1:39 AM, Sebastian Siewior <lkml@ml.breakpoint.cc> wrote:
>> * Dan Williams | 2008-04-29 23:42:46 [-0700]:
>>
>>
>> >Thanks, I'll push this out for testing in -next / -mm.
>> I can't see this in current -next and I can't remember that I got an
>> email from Andrew.
>>
>
>Hi Sebastian,
Hi Dan,

>Yes I had put this in the background for awhile due to other issues.
No problem. If you queue this up for another two weeks than I have no
problem with it. I just wanted to make sure that you did not lose it :)

>I fixed up a few merge conflicts so that it will apply against the
>current tree; however, the patch causes these new warnings:
>
>include/asm/xor_32.h:513: warning: 'xor_block_pII_mmx' defined but not used
>include/asm/xor_32.h:521: warning: 'xor_block_p5_mmx' defined but not used
>include/asm/xor_32.h:853: warning: 'xor_block_pIII_sse' defined but not used
>include/asm-generic/xor.h:680: warning: 'xor_block_8regs' defined but not used
>include/asm-generic/xor.h:688: warning: 'xor_block_32regs' defined but not used
>include/asm-generic/xor.h:696: warning: 'xor_block_8regs_p' defined but not used
>include/asm-generic/xor.h:704: warning: 'xor_block_32regs_p' defined
>but not used
>
>It is not immediately clear why?
I'm not sure why I haven't seen this myself. crypto/xor.c is the only
user of those defines but linux/raid/xor.h is also included by
async_xor.c which does not use xor_block_pII_mmx & friends. The best
thing would be probably _not_ to merge those two header files like I did
but keep them separate. Maybe we could move this define directly into
crypto/xor.c since it is the only user?

Sebastian


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