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SubjectRe: Messing up driver model API

> > So you just had to mess it up... Having suspend(device *, state,
> > level) might be bad, but having suspend(device *, state, level) in one
> > piece of code and {suspend,save}(device *, state) is *way* worse. (And
> > I did not see any proposal on l-k. I hope I just missed it).
> Calm down, Pavel. From a technical standpoint, it's a superior
> interface.

From a technical standpoint, its now mess with half a kernel using one
interface and second one using another. And you did not bother to mail
the patch to l-k for the review :-(, and then you call me a troll.

> > So are you going to revert it or convert whole driver model to use
> > {suspend,save}(device *, state)?
> Today: neither. I'm going to see how this works, and if it does, then I
> may convert all the users of struct device_driver to use the same
> model.

So we are stuck with the mess in 2.6; not good.

When do you have a heart between your knees?
[Johanka's followup: and *two* hearts?]
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