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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] remove kdevname() before someone starts using it again
    Nikita Danilov wrote:
    > Nicholas Wourms writes:
    > > Nikita Danilov wrote:
    > > > Nicholas Wourms writes:
    > > > >
    > > > > A quick grep shows that Intermezzo FS still uses kdevname if
    > > > > you've turned on debugging (fs/intermezzo/sysctl.c). As for
    > > > > pending stuff, both Reiser4 & pktcdvd also use it. So I
    > > >
    > > > reiser4 switched to bdevname().
    > > >
    > >
    > > When will the reiser4 bk repo be updated to reflect this?
    > > It has been pretty quiet for the last few days or so,
    > > compared to the daily updating it used to get. As of
    >
    > It is currently undergoing some changing that rendered it unstable. I
    > hope in few days a lot of commits will be made.
    >
    > > yesterday, trying to compile reiser4 as a module yeilded the
    > > undefined reference to kdevname in a few places, not to
    > > mention a few other undefined references as well...
    >
    > We are not paying attention to the compilability as module yet.
    > Apropos, thank you for trying reiser4.
    >

    No problem. I can send you a patch against the
    reiser4-linux-2.5 tree which contains the relevant exports
    needed to compile reiser4 as a module. Though, I haven't
    actually been able to test reiser as a module since the
    recent 2.5 is causing some major headaches in other areas :-).

    Cheers,
    Nicholas

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