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    SubjectRe: drivers/infiniband/mlx/mad.c misplaced ;
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    On 2007/08/16 , at 13:01, Karsten Keil wrote:

    > On Thu, Aug 16, 2007 at 01:22:04PM +0300, Ilpo Järvinen wrote:
    >>
    >> ...I guess those guys hunting for broken busyloops in the other
    >> thread
    >> could also benefit from similar searching commands introduced in this
    >> thread... ...Ccing Satyam to caught their attention too.
    >>
    >>
    >> ./drivers/isdn/hisax/hfc_pci.c
    >> 125: if (Read_hfc(cs, HFCPCI_INT_S1)) ;
    >> 155: if (Read_hfc(cs, HFCPCI_INT_S1)) ;
    >> 1483: if (Read_hfc(cs, HFCPCI_INT_S1)) ;
    >> --
    >> ./drivers/isdn/hisax/hfc_sx.c
    >> 377: if (Read_hfc(cs, HFCSX_INT_S1)) ;
    >> 407: if (Read_hfc(cs, HFCSX_INT_S2)) ;
    >> 1246: if (Read_hfc(cs, HFCSX_INT_S1)) ;
    >> --
    >
    > These are workaround to not get compiler warnings about ignored return
    > values I got some time ago under some architecture.
    Maybe '(void) Read_hfc(cs, HFCSX_INT_S1)' is a better option to get
    rid of the warnings.

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