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    Subject[patch 0/8] Immediate Values (now with merged x86 support)
    Hi Andrew,

    Here is the latest version of the Immediate Values. It supports x86 as a single
    architecture. I also removed the *_early API which could have been confusing to
    developers : choosing the right algorithm is now done internally by keeping
    track of where we are in the kernel boot process.

    The patchset depends on :
    "Instrumentation menu removal"
    and
    "Text Edit Lock".

    It is based on 2.6.24-rc2-git3 and applies in this order :

    #Immediate Values
    #for -mm
    immediate-values-architecture-independent-code.patch
    immediate-values-kconfig-embedded.patch
    immediate-values-move-kprobes-x86-restore-interrupt-to-kdebug-h.patch
    add-asm-compat-to-x86.patch
    immediate-values-x86-optimization.patch
    immediate-values-powerpc-optimization.patch
    immediate-values-documentation.patch
    #
    profiling-use-immediate-values.patch

    Mathieu

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