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Subjectkgdb for 2.4 and 2.5, now in BK
Andrew Morton wrote:

>Rik van Riel wrote:
>>The development speed and code quality of -rmap have also gone
>>up as a consequence of moving over to bitkeeper.
>heh. Now learn kgdb. You ain't seen nothing yet.
>Ever tried to use a computer with the monitor turned off?
>Kernel development without kgdb is like that.
>,v.gz contains
>kgdb patches against every kernel since 2.4.0-test-mumble.

Groovy. I imported them into BK for 2.4 and 2.5 trees, and fixed up the
merge conflicts (several patch rejections in 2.4.19-pre3), and fixed up
the arch/i386/ BK users should pull from

bk pull
bk pull

If non-BK users are interested in my changes, feel free to grab them as
GNU patches from

Are there any other arches that have kgdb stubs I could merge?


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