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SubjectRe: [PATCH] sysctl braindamage
On Wed, Mar 22, 2000 at 01:09:35PM +1100, Rusty Russell wrote:

> As it is, it makes it *look like* you can do:
> ================
> int init()
> {
> my_sysctl = register_sysctl_table(mytable, 0);
> if (!my_sysctl)
> return -ENOMEM;
> return 0;
> }

How about ERR_PTR() and IS_ERR()? Same idea as the cast-1-to-pointer method,
but marginally nicer. Even better, any chance of an API change so you can

err = register_sysctl_table(mytable, 0, &my_sysctl);


I've not looked into the code, so I don't know what it is that
register_sysctl_table returns, but is it the sort of thing that could be
a pointer to static dummy struct when the main code is disabled?

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