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SubjectRe: [PATCH v4 0/6] staging: rtl8712: cleanup struct _adapter
On Sun, Jun 09, 2019 at 05:16:48PM +0530, Deepak Kumar Mishra wrote:
> Hi Greg,
>
> On 09/06/19 4:40 PM, Greg KH wrote:
> > On Sat, Jun 08, 2019 at 04:26:55PM +0530, Deepak Mishra wrote:
> > > In process of cleaning up rtl8712 struct _adapter in drv_types.h I have
> > > tried to remove some unused variables and redundant lines of code
> > > associated with those variables. I have also fixed some CamelCase
> > > reported by checkpatch.pl
> > >
> > > Deepak Mishra (6):
> > > staging: rtl8712: Fixed CamelCase for EepromAddressSize
> > > staging: rtl8712: Removed redundant code from function
> > > oid_rt_pro_write_register_hdl
> > > staging: rtl8712: Fixed CamelCase cmdThread rename to cmd_thread
> > > staging: rtl8712: removed unused variables from struct _adapter
> > > staging: rtl8712: Renamed CamelCase wkFilterRxFF0 to wk_filter_rx_ff0
> > > staging: rtl8712: Renamed CamelCase lockRxFF0Filter to
> > > lock_rx_ff0_filter
> > If this is a "v4" series, I do not see a list of what has changed from
> > the previous versions at all here :(
> >
> > Please list it somewhere, usually in the individual patches below the
> > --- line, or you can put it here in the 00/XX email as well.
> >
> > v5 please?
> In my previous versions I mainly tried to correct the patch submission based
> on your suggestion for example
> 1.keeping every individual task separate.
> 2. Not only just fix CamelCase but if those variables are unused remove
> those.
> 3. If any variable is assigned but never used then remove those.
>
> So should I put these review comments in my 0/6 file and send you the v5 of
> the patch set,
>
> or remove version number and send a new patch set again as if it is a fresh
> patch set ?

Put all of the information in the 00/XX email and send a new version.

thanks,

greg k-h

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