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SubjectRe: [PATCH] kernel/module.c has something to hide. (whitespace cleanup)
On Tue, 10 May 2005, Andrew Morton wrote:

> Jesper Juhl <juhl-lkml@dif.dk> wrote:
> >
> > I'll need time to do this - no matter how you cut it there are a lot of
> > files, and a lot of lines - so don't expect the patch bombing to start for
> > the next few weeks.
> > And before I embark on this venture I'd like some feedback that when I do
> > turn up with patches they'll have a resonable chance of getting merged -
> > this is going to be a lot of boring work, and with no commitment to merge
> > anything it's not something I want to waste days on... Sounds fair?
>
> ho hum. Just send them over as you generate them.
>
Ok, I'll try and split the tree into some sane chunks and you'll get the
patches in a steady stream.. Expect the first few in a few days.

> > Ohh, and I'd be submitting all the patches to you Andrew, not individual
> > maintainers/authors..
>
> That should be OK - you can test that the .o files have the same `size'
> output before-and-after.
>
> The changes shouldn't break any subsystem maintainers' trees, although they
> will surely trip up individual developers who are working on stuff, so
> please make some attempt to keep the relevant people in the loop.
>
Ok, will do.

--
Jesper


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