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SubjectRe: [PATCH 3/3] PCI: tegra: make const array err_msg static
Hi Christophe,

[...]
> > These should be trivial to fix. The two pertaining to "quoted string
> > split across lines" would be something that we might or might not decide
> > to do anything about this - technically, as per the Linux kernel coding
> > style [1], we ought to fix this... but, this particular case is not
> > a terrible example, so I will leave this at your discretion.
> >
> > What do you think?
>
> Hi,
> I don't think it worth it.
>
> Even for patch 2/3 about 'seq_printf' --> 'seq_puts' conversion, I'm not
> fully convinced myself that is useful.

I personally believe it's a good change.

For a literal string without any formatting using the seq_printf() is
much more involved for no reason, but aside of this small performance
improvement, it also has some value in demonstrating the correct usage
patterns - people spent more time reading kernel code and looking at how
to do things and use things to base their work on, so setting some
example is not a bad idea.

Albeit, it's a matter of point of view too, I suppose.

> Too trivial clean-ups only mess-up 'git blame' for no real added value.

Yes, there is a fine line with these.

> If you want these clean-ups, I can send a patch for it, but checkpatch
> output need sometimes to be ignored on files already in the tree. At least,
> this is my point of view.

No worries! Thank you for giving it some thought! I appreciate it. :)

Krzysztof

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