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SubjectRe: kernel-doc minor fix
On Sat, Dec 16, 2000 at 04:41:44PM +0200, Jani Monoses wrote:
> --- /usr/src/linux/scripts/kernel-doc Tue Dec 12 11:25:59 2000
> +++ kernel-doc Sat Dec 16 15:53:17 2000
> @@ -664,10 +664,11 @@

> ##
> # takes a function prototype and spits out all the details
> -# stored in the global arrays/hsahes.
> +# stored in the global arrays/hashes.
> sub dump_function {
> my $prototype = shift @_;

> + $prototype =~ s/^const+ //;
> $prototype =~ s/^static+ //;
> $prototype =~ s/^extern+ //;
> $prototype =~ s/^inline+ //;

Since when did C accept constttttttttttttttttttt and staticcccccccc?
etc.
Should that be " +" not "+ " or is someone just trying to confuse me?
Or did someone try to mean s/foo//g by adding a +?

Yours confusedly,

Simon.

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