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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] Linux Trace Toolkit 0.9.5

On Wed, 24 Apr 2002, Karim Yaghmour wrote:

> As I said earlier, a 2.5.x patch is available and LTT is ready to
> be integrated into the 2.5 series.

I'd really like to see it go in, but I think some small problems are left,
mostly formatting. Please read Documentation/CodingStyle.
Please use tabs for indentation and not spaces.
You should consider using more inline functions, instead of lots of "do
{...} while(0)" macros.
Do we really need more usages of uint32_t or uint8_t in the kernel?
Instead of using lots of "#ifdef __arch__" you should move this into
Comments are nice, but IMO your code does a bit too much of it, e.g.:

/* Everything is OK */
return 0;


/* Unlock the table for reading */

bye, Roman

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