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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] staging: comedi: Convert struct addi_board initialization to C99 format
    On 2012/05/17 02:32 PM, Greg KH wrote:
    > On Thu, May 17, 2012 at 07:45:08AM +0100, Ian Abbott wrote:
    >> On 17/05/12 07:15, H Hartley Sweeten wrote:
    >>> Wednesday, May 16, 2012 7:18 PM, Greg KH wrote:
    >>>> On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 05:51:56PM -0700, H Hartley Sweeten wrote:
    >>>>> Convert the struct addi_board initialization to C99 format and remove
    >>>>> all the NULL or 0 initializers. This makes maintaining and editing the
    >>>>> code simpler and less error prone.
    >>>> Nice job, this driver is a pain to read...
    >>> Thanks. I agree... I've been avoiding the addi drivers until now.
    >>> Anytime a C file has an #include "something.c" it makes me
    >>> shudder...
    >>> I've been thinking that the addi stuff should really be broken up
    >>> into some library modules with exported symbols for the individual
    >>> addi drivers to use. I need to look a bit closer at them to see if
    >>> this would work. Right now the whole thing is a bit of a mess.
    >> TBH, I don't know how they got accepted into Comedi in the first
    >> place. They tend to do their own thing as far as comedi instruction
    >> handling goes. I've no idea who's using them. It makes me shudder,
    >> too! Did I mention the use of floating point in some of their
    >> drivers that we had to disable?
    > I thought a few years ago, either you, or someone else, said it would be
    > good to just delete them entirely. Or am I making that up and just wish
    > it would be so? :)

    I can't remember at my age!

    There was a guy who works for Addi-Data (Krauth Julien) who had trouble
    submitting patches to you directly (I was CC'd) back in
    September/October 2011, so I guess they'd be unhappy if the drivers were
    removed altogether!

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