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    SubjectRe: [Suspend2-devel] Re: uswsusp history lesson
    Hi!

    > > > As I said... if that is the case then it'd be easy to first merge "the
    > > > right basics", get that solid, and THEN add the features. So far I've
    > > > not seen that happen.
    > >
    > > Well.. Nigel claims his code can not be split into reasonable chunks.
    > >
    > > I actually wanted to get a version without advanced features
    > > (userspace splash, compression, encryption, plugins), but he claims it
    > > is not possible. Rafael is trying to persuade him to split out at
    > > least freezer out...
    >
    > When did you ask for that? Perhaps I missed it.

    It was long time ago...

    > The modularity is part of the basis of the redesign, so I couldn't easily
    > remove that. Removing the compression and encryption support is trivial
    > though (one file each, plus Makefile & Kconfig entries - no other
    > modifications needed). Userspace splash - well, just don't compile and
    > install that userspace component - suspend2 will keep working quite happily
    > without any userspace app to do a nice display (it will still do printks, so
    > you won't be flying completely blind).

    Lets see the patches, then.

    > As for the freezer, Rafael doesn't need to persuade me at all. I just need to
    > find the time to do what he requested.

    Ok.
    Pavel
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