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SubjectRe: [PATCH] initdata and bss
On Thu, 5 Oct 2000, Roman Zippel wrote:

> Hi,
> A few bss changes (to remove zero initialization) in test9 were not
> completly correct. Init data must be initialized if you want that it gets
> into the init section (it's also mentioned in the gcc documentation).
> The following patch fixes what I was able to find with grep and also adds
> a note about in init.h.

Linus, I checked -- none of these are from my patch. I do actually check
by compiling and gcc emits a warning when sees uninitialised __initdata
items. Why do I say this? Because I am now in the process of compiling a
"yes | make config" kernel in order to run Keith's data->bss perl script
and get rid of all the remaining ones... :)


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