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SubjectRe: radeon warning on 64-bit platforms
On Tue, Feb 17, 2004 at 05:59:12PM -0800, David Mosberger wrote:
> I personally would be more than happy to reformat things to 80 cols,
> but it's a waste of time unless almost all Linux code gets
> reformatted.

Hm? I don't know where you're getting that from. Let's talk numbers.

Of the 60525 lines in .c files in arch/i386, 460 are longer than 80 cols.
Of the 67398 lines in .c files in arch/ia64, 1189 are longer than 80 cols.
Of the 496510 lines in .c files in drivers/net, 4044 are longer than 80 cols.

So arch/i386 has 0.76% > 80 column lines, drivers/net is 0.81% and
arch/ia64 is 1.76%. Seems fairly convincing to me that ia64 is out of
step with the rest of Linux.
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