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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/1] Constify struct address_space_operations for 2.6.32-git-053fe57ac v2
Arjan van de Ven wrote:
> Now, a 300 patch series to lkml is not the way to do this.
> First step is to make warn about new cases.

I will add this structures the checkpatch in the next patch series.

> Second step should be to convert all definitions, but using the "one
> patch per maintainer" rule, not "one patch per file" rule. Yes it's
> somewhat janitorial, but no it's not a big deal as long as it's not 300
> patches to lkml. And it is much better than whitespace changes; it's
> a real quality improvement to the kernel (in terms of code generation
> and API)

The first series was based on one patch per structure type, the current
split-up is based on one patch per structure type *and* subsystem as
suggested by Greg KH. I used get_maintainer --subsystem to find them which
resulted in 150 patches. If you know a better way or want per-type patches,
please let me know (and discuss it with Greg ;).

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