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SubjectRe: PNP patch into kernel when?

In, article <>,
"Andrew E. Mileski" <> writes:
> 3) __ALL__ references to the old API in the kernel will be removed,
> and replaced with the equivalent request_hw_resource() or
> release_hw_resource() calls.
> Note: The PnP kernel patch originally used this approach, so going
> back to it is possible (it is a lot of work though, and a pain
> to maintain in parallel to the kernel source).
> What does everyone think?
Go for it. It's sufficiently early in the 2.1 development effort that by
the time it's time for 2.2, all these old drivers will have a chance to get

IMHO, there's no reason to drag the old interface along.

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