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SubjectRe: [linux-pm] Q: x86 suspend/hibernation code consolidation
On Saturday, 26 of January 2008, Len Brown wrote:
> On Friday 25 January 2008 19:32, Rafael J. Wysocki wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'd like to move the 64-bit suspend/hibernation files from arch/x86/kernel to
> > arch/x86/power, modify the names of the 32-bit files already in
> > arch/x86/power and update the Makefiles accordingly, but there are some changes
> > queued for merging that touch the files in question.
> >
> > When is the right time for making changes like that?
> >
> > Rafael
> In Cambridge, when we discussed cleanups that touch a lot of files
> but have no functional change -- somebody suggested that right
> after rc1 closes is a good time. The reasoning was that they
> would not conflict with the functional changes in rc1.
> However, I recall Linus saying something about "Andrew is special"
> WRT permission to push cleanups after the rc1 window; so I don't
> know what the final ruling was -- if there was such a ruling.

Well, I don't think there was a ruling, but perhaps sneaking it into -mm
after -rc1 would do the trick. ;-)


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