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    SubjectRe: [patch] Workqueue Abstraction, 2.5.40-H7

    On 1 Oct 2002, Jes Sorensen wrote:

    > The point here is that it probably makes the code easier for you to
    > read, but it makes it harder for a lot of other people since it's
    > inconsistent with the standard. [...]

    i began the whole line of argument with this sentence:

    > *If* the consistent convention were to use the _t postfix for complex
    > 'derived' types, it would create more compact and more readable kernel
    > code.

    furthermore:

    > I agree that consistency is more important than having the absolute best
    > rules, [...]

    so i think we are in violent agreement regarding consistency.

    Ingo

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