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SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/14] Fix wrong %pF and %pS printk format specifier usages
On 14.09.2017 11:27, Sergey Senozhatsky wrote:
> On (09/14/17 10:39), Helge Deller wrote:
> [..]
>> The basic concept of your proposal may work, and since it will avoid such
>> coding issues in the future I think it's probably the best solution.
>> Will you come up with a patch ? (I won't have time the next few days).
>> If yes,I'd be happy to test it on parisc.
> cool.
> I think I can try to come up with something. I don't have any access
> to affected H/W, so if I won't be able to bring up qemu images
There is no qemu for parisc yet, but cross-compiling the kernel on Fedora or
Debian from x86_64 is easy and ready-to-go.
Otherwise it's not a problem, I can try in a few days.

> I'll be happy to just hand it over to platform maintainers: arch-s like
> parisc64 are way to exotic ;) my aim is a removal of %pf/%pF here.
> let's hear from ia64 and ppc64 guys.

Ok too.


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