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SubjectRe: [PATCH 2/4] x86: remove unused code and data in nexgen.c
Andi Kleen пишет:
> "H. Peter Anvin" <> writes:
>> Dmitri Vorobiev wrote:
>>> Nobody calls the function nexgen_init_cpu(), therefore it
>>> can be removed. The variable nexgen_cpu_dev is used only by
>>> this function, so this patch removes useless data as well.
>>> This patch was build-tested using defconfigs for i386 and x86_64.
>>> It also survived a few randconfig instances for i386. Runtime
>>> tests were performed by booting 32-bit and 64-bit x86 boxen up to
>>> the shell prompt.
>> NAK. This is broken.
>> The reason nexgen_cpu_dev is unreferenced is because the file is
>> missing a cpu_vendor_dev_register(), which should be added.
> If we did that long without it wouldn't it be better to just remove it?
> Also NexGen was never shipped anyways, but bought by AMD and became
> the K6. So I assume whatever this file is supposed to do is done
> by amd.c anyways.

IOW, you claim that now it's safe enough to throw away the NexGen


> -Andi

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