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Subject[PATCH] 2.5.35 drivers/atm/firestream.c __FUNCTION__ fix
Adrian Bunk wrote:
> Thanks for this patch, the next compile error is that compilation of
> firestream.c fails at all occurences of func_enter:

This is just the breakage that newer gcc's provoke when you try to use
__FUNCTION__ as a string constant. Easy fix (included at end of message,
Linus please apply)

> > -Mitch (deadbeat ATM maintainer)
>
> I didn't Cc you because you are only listed as PPP OVER ATM (RFC 2364)
> maintainer in MAINTAINERS. Do you now maintain the complete ATM subsystem?

I'm sort of the maintainer, if there is one at all. Werner handed me the
torch a year and a half ago since he has other projects and I was one of
the few people still hacking on the core ATM code. At the time I was doing
some related work so it fit naturally. Unfortunately, I'm not working
in that field at the moment and my other commitments are taking about 110%
of my time. I've been trying to keep it sort of maintained in the meantime
(keeping it compiling, basic mailing list admin) but sadly that's been about
it from me lately. :-(

-Mitch

--- linux-2.5.35-VIRGIN/drivers/atm/firestream.c 2002-08-24 00:08:21.000000000 -0700
+++ linux-2.5.35/drivers/atm/firestream.c 2002-09-17 14:34:57.000000000 -0700
@@ -330,8 +330,8 @@
#define FS_DEBUG_QSIZE 0x00001000


-#define func_enter() fs_dprintk (FS_DEBUG_FLOW, "fs: enter " __FUNCTION__ "\n")-#define func_exit() fs_dprintk (FS_DEBUG_FLOW, "fs: exit " __FUNCTION__ "\n")+#define func_enter() fs_dprintk (FS_DEBUG_FLOW, "fs: enter %s\n", __FUNCTION__)+#define func_exit() fs_dprintk (FS_DEBUG_FLOW, "fs: exit %s\n", __FUNCTION__)

struct fs_dev *fs_boards = NULL;
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