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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/2] KVM: x86: VMX: rename 'kvm_area' to 'vmxon_region'
Sean Christopherson <> writes:

> Super nit: can I convince you to use "KVM: VMX:" instead of "KVM: x86: VMX:"?
> $ glo | grep -e "KVM: x86: nVMX" -e "KVM: x86: VMX:" | wc -l
> 8
> $ glo | grep -e "KVM: nVMX" -e "KVM: VMX:" | wc -l
> 1032
> I'm very conditioned to scan for "KVM: *VMX:", e.g. I was about to complain
> that this used the wrong scope :-) And in the event that Intel adds a new
> technology I'd like to be able to use "KVM: Intel:" and "KVM: ***X:"
> instead of "KVM: x86: Intel:" and "KVM: x86: Intel: ***X:" for code that is
> common to Intel versus specific to a technology.

What if someone else adds VMX instead? :-)

Point taken, will use 'KVM: VMX:' in the future (and I'm in no way
object to changing this in the queue if it's not too late).


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