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SubjectRe: [patch 14/23] inodes: Support generic defragmentation
On Wed, 7 November 2007 11:35:13 +0100, Andreas Schwab wrote:
> >
> > The fact that all pointers get changed makes me a bit uneasy:
> > struct foo_inode v[20];
> > ...
> > fs_get_inodes(..., v, ...);
> > ...
> > v[0].foo_field = bar;
> >
> > No warning, but spectacular fireworks.
>
> You'l get a warning that struct foo_inode * is incompatible with void **.
- struct foo_inode v[20];
+ struct foo_inode *v[20];

Looks like my example needs a patch as well. Anyway, the function is
used in a way that makes this a non-issue.

Jörn

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