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Subject[PATCH] const initdata.

As defined in in Rusty's kernel-hacking doc, __initdata must not be
marked as const. Patch below does this for the PCI subsystem.

*nb*, This kind of patch needs to be done in quite a few other
places too.

regards,

Dave.

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| SuSE Labs .

diff -urN --exclude-from=/home/davej/.exclude linux-ac/drivers/pci/names.c linux-dj/drivers/pci/names.c
--- linux-ac/drivers/pci/names.c Mon Oct 2 20:00:16 2000
+++ linux-dj/drivers/pci/names.c Fri Aug 24 00:48:59 2001
@@ -32,9 +32,9 @@
* real memory.. Parse the same file multiple times
* to get all the info.
*/
-#define VENDOR( vendor, name ) static const char __vendorstr_##vendor[] __initdata = name;
+#define VENDOR( vendor, name ) static char __vendorstr_##vendor[] __initdata = name;
#define ENDVENDOR()
-#define DEVICE( vendor, device, name ) static const char __devicestr_##vendor##device[] __initdata = name;
+#define DEVICE( vendor, device, name ) static char __devicestr_##vendor##device[] __initdata = name;
#include "devlist.h"


@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@
#define DEVICE( vendor, device, name ) { 0x##device, 0, __devicestr_##vendor##device },
#include "devlist.h"

-static const struct pci_vendor_info __initdata pci_vendor_list[] = {
+static struct pci_vendor_info __initdata pci_vendor_list[] = {
#define VENDOR( vendor, name ) { 0x##vendor, sizeof(__devices_##vendor) / sizeof(struct pci_device_info), __vendorstr_##vendor, __devices_##vendor },
#define ENDVENDOR()
#define DEVICE( vendor, device, name )

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