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SubjectRe: [PATCH 5/9] perf utils: add support for arch standard events
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On 08/02/2018 13:54, Jiri Olsa wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 07, 2018 at 01:45:00AM +0800, John Garry wrote:
>

Hi Jirka,

I'll try to combine some responses, below:

> SNIP
>
>> +static void fixup_field(char *from, char **to)
>> +{
>> + *to = malloc(strlen(from));
>> +
>> + strcpy(*to, from);
>> +}
>> +
>> +#define EVENT_PREFIX "event="
>> +
>> +#define TRY_FIXUP_FIELD(string) do { if (es->string && !*string)\
>> + fixup_field(es->string, string); \
>> +} while (0)
>
> please indent the code in the macro like normal code
>

Ok

>> +
>> +static int
>> +try_fixup(const char *fn, char *arch_std, char **event, char **desc,
>> + char **name, char **long_desc, char **pmu, char **filter,
>> + char **perpkg, char **unit, char **metric_expr, char **metric_name,
>> + char **metric_group)
>> +{
>> + /* try to find matching event from arch standard values */
>> + struct event_struct *es;
>> +
>> + list_for_each_entry(es, &arch_std_events, list) {
>> + if (!strcmp(arch_std, es->event+strlen(EVENT_PREFIX))) {
>
> you could use just sizeof(EVENT_PREFIX). no need to call strlen
>

Right,

>> +
>> +static LIST_HEAD(arch_std_events);
>> +
>> +#define ADD_EVENT_STRING(string) do { if (string) { \
>> + es->string = strings; \
>> + strings += snprintf(strings, len, "%s", string) + 1; \
>> +} } while (0)
>
> please indent the code in macro like normal code

This looked ok, with a single tab indent. It is same style as "EXPECT"
macro.

>> mapfile = NULL;
>> + rc = nftw(ldirname, preprocess_arch_std_files, get_maxfds(), 0);
>
> you could use maxfds variable in here

sure

>>
>> +free_standard_arch_events:
>> + list_for_each_entry_safe(es1, es2, &arch_std_events, list)
>> + free(es1);
>
> that could go into a function and be used also above

fine

>> free(metric_name);
>> free(metric_group);
>> +
>
> should you call free(arch_std) in here?

Right, that's sloppy

>> if (rc && verbose) {
>> pr_info("%s: Error walking file tree %s\n", prog, ldirname);
>> - goto empty_map;
>> + goto free_standard_arch_events;
>> } else if (rc < 0) {
>> /* Make build fail */
>> return 1;
>> - } else if (rc) {
>> - goto empty_map;
>> }
>
> please put this change into separate patch
>
> thanks,

Sure, I just couldn't see how a value > 0 could be returned in the
current code paths.

> jirka
>
> .
>

Thanks,
John


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