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SubjectRe: [PATCH] staging: pi433: remove some macros, introduce some inline functions
On Wed, Aug 02, 2017 at 02:07:37PM +0200, Marcus Wolf wrote:
> Hi Dan,
> I get your point and I understand, that there need to be rules to
> simplify the life for the maintainers...
> But I honestly must confess, that at the moment, I don't have the
> time for doing that. I am into two customer projects, that keep me
> very busy these weeks.
> The only thing, I can offer, is to remove all the lines, dealing
> with the #ifdef DEBUG and leave the rest, as it is and send it again.
> Then all other changes are related to the move from macro to inline...
> If that helps, please let me know.
> If it needs further fragmentation, it'll take something like half
> a day / a day. I most probably can spent that day end of August,
> begin of September the earliest.

One trick that might help is you can just use `git citool` and highlight
all the rmw() lines, add selected lines to the commit, then commit that
as one patch. Repeat for all five patches.

The kernel process does kind of have a steep learning with redoing
patches... Sorry about that.

dan carpenter

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