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SubjectRe: [JANITOR PROPOSAL] Switch ioctl functions to ->unlocked_ioctl II
On Jan 9, 2008 12:06 AM, Andi Kleen <andi@firstfloor.org> wrote:
> > I would suggest to only work on files that compile. e.g. do a
> >
> > make allyesconfig
> > make -j$[$(grep -c processor /proc/cpuinfo)*2] &1 |tee LOG (will probably take a long time)
> >
> > first and then only modify files when are mentioned in "LOG"
>
> Actually since this will probably take very long on a slower machine you can refer to
>
> http://halobates.de/allyes/

Thank you Andi.

> for some allyes buildlogs of recent kernels for i386 and x86-64. A trick to quickly check
> if something compiles is also to do
>
> make allyesconfig
> make path/to/file.o
>
> That won't catch linker errors, but if you don't have warnings there are normally no
> linker errors either.

I did grep for "struct file_operations" in mm:

paolo@paolo-desktop:~/linux-2.6/mm$ grep "struct file_operations" *
shmem.c:static const struct file_operations shmem_file_operations;
shmem.c:static const struct file_operations shmem_file_operations = {
swapfile.c:static const struct file_operations proc_swaps_operations = {

Am I right in saying that both the files don't need to be modified?

There is nothing like:
struct file_operations xyz_ops = {
...
.ioctl = xyz_ioctl
};

in there.

So I guess I need a smarter trick to find out which files need to be modified
as you previously suggested.

Ciao,
--
Paolo
http://paolo.ciarrocchi.googlepages.com/


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