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SubjectRe: GPLONLY kernel symbols???
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On Tue, 2001-11-13 at 00:23, Richard Gooch wrote:
> The problem is that I'm not the only writer of that code.
> Occasionally, global API changes are made, and these aren't sent to
> me, but go to Linus directly, unfortunately. So I do have to merge
> stuff back into my tree from time to time.
>
> A few days ago I was thinking about this, and I thought how cool it
> would be to have a reliable utility that could convert between the two
> coding styles. If I had that (and it was bulletproof) then it could be
> used with some kind of userfs to give me two views of the kernel: the
> underlying one "raw" one, to which I'd apply patches and generate them
> from, and a "sanitised" one, that I would read and edit.

Good lord, and you would dream this up and use it before just using the
same coding style as the rest of us? :)

Maybe I am biased because I find CodingStyle beautiful, but I can't
understand why it is so hard to just play nicely with the rest of us. I
diffed a patch for Alan against mtrr.c a week or so back to fix some
compile bug, and I was confused doing a _two line_ diff.

Robert Love

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