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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] checkpatch: Test for kmalloc/memset(0) pairs

    On Sun, Mar 20, 2011 at 12:54 PM, Ingo Molnar <> wrote:
    >> Indeed that one seems to be quite out of date.  You can get the most
    >> recent version here:
    > With tools/coccinelle/ you would never run into such problems of distributing
    > the latest stable version to your fellow kernel developers: it would always be
    > available in tools/coccinelle/.
    > Integration, synergy, availability, distribution and half a dozen other
    > buzzwords come to mind as to why it's a good idea to have kernel-focused
    > tools hosted in the kernel repo :-)
    > IMO it's an option to consider.

    That's my thinking too. Yes, 80 KLOC of OCaml in the kernel tree
    sounds crazy but I think the practical advantages might be enough to
    justify it. Btw, would git-submodule be something to consider here?
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