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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/30] W1: w1 core fixes, ds2490 updates, strong pullup
    On Mon, 28 Jul 2008 21:04:33 -0500
    David Fries <> wrote:

    > What follows is a long list of fixes and enhancements to the one wire
    > system, and even some documentation.
    > I no longer have any deadlocks, a thread was eliminated (along with
    > its one second wakeup interval), the cpu and time overhead are much
    > reduced for one wire accesses. The time for the ds2490 to read a
    > temperature sensor went from 3.91 seconds (.002s user, 3.001s system)
    > to 0.860 seconds (0.004s user, 0.004s system). I also added support
    > for the strong pullup to provide more current when requested.

    This is all dreadfully late for 2.6.27, but it does seem to be rather
    important, so let's aim for 2.6.27.

    The w1 code seems to have rather a lot of comments which start with /**
    but which aren't kerneldoc comments. But /** is exclusively used to
    signify the start of a kerneldoc comment. Please let's not invent new
    commenting styles like this. Documentation/CodingStyle is there to

    Please be aware that this:

    Mime-Version: 1.0
    Content-Type: multipart/signed; micalg=pgp-sha1;
    protocol="application/pgp-signature"; boundary="OgqxwSJOaUobr8KG"

    is rather receiver-hostile. My MUA (at least) (sylpheed) manages to
    make a complete mess when saving-to-file, so I needed to go through all
    the patches and do various manual steps to fix this up. I may still have
    some "=066"s in the changelogs.

    Also, some MUAs (but not sylpheed) may be unable to quote the patch
    text when someone does a reply to your email, which is also a bit of a

    Nothing beats plain old ascii text. Preferably non-wordwrapped,
    non-tab-replaced, non-spacestuffed ascii text (which is becoming
    increasingly rare).

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