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SubjectRe: [PATCH v8 0/2] Kbuild: DWARF v5 support
On Thu, Feb 4, 2021 at 8:45 AM Nick Desaulniers <> wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 3, 2021 at 10:58 PM Sedat Dilek <> wrote:
> >
> > I guess I need to test harder to get a Tested-by credit :-)?
> You're right Sedat, I'm sorry. Your testing is invaluable; thank you
> for taking the time to help and credit is a powerful incentive.
> It can be difficult to know whether to carry forward tags or not when
> a patch is revised.
> Keeping track whether someone sent an explicit Tested By vs including
> it based on feedback that implied they tried it. If you've tested v7
> or v8, please reply explicitly with tested by tags, or perhaps
> Masahiro can apply those for you.

Unfortunately, some recent patches around CBL and kbuild miss my
Tested-by's and are already queued up in the remote Git's.
Maybe, I was simply pissed off this fact when writing my response to you.

Feel free to add my...

Tested-by: Sedat Dilek <> # v1-v8 with
LLVM/Clang v11.0.1+ & v12.0.0-rc1 amd64

Looking at the (git) diff v7 -> v8 - seen from the code - nothing changed.

Feel free to add the links to thread(s) and patch(es) I gave as a
feedback in my other response.

One reason for missed Tested-by's I see is I am NOT subscribed to some

> It can be difficult to know what's broken if you apply too many out of
> tree patches though.

"Nicht verkomplifizieren."
In English: "R(e)D(u)C(e) complexity" is normally one of my life philosophies.

Fighting with... "As usual: It has to work in my development
environment - first."

Sorry, I insisted that it *has* to work in my environment.
It has no secrets - all patches I have queued up in my custom patchset
is publically available.
That does not mean all of them are or will be upstreamed.

Bonne chance with the Linux-BPF folks and send my apologies to have fooled them.
It's one of my """strength of character""" (note 3 quotes) :-).

- Sedat -

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