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SubjectRe: [PATCH] reformat mtrr.c to conform to CodingStyle
Helge Hafting wrote:
>
> Chris Wedgwood wrote:
>
> > If (at some point) people do want coding-style patches then there are
> > MANY places (eg. entire filesystem sub-trees) which could have
> > white-space alignment changes and similar things....
>
> Creating lots of such patches looks like unnecessary work to me.
> Why not let Linus run Lindent on the whole tree and be done with it?
> find linux/ -name "*.[ch]" | linux/scripts/Lindent

Lindent still does a few dumb things which make me review the code after
formatting and before submission...

Also, Christoph Hellewig ported NetBSD's indent, which is supposedly a
bit better overall than GNU indent. Something else to look into.

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