kernel dev_t elimination patch for review
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Fri Jun 11 14:07:16 GMT 2004
In message <Pine.NEB.3.96L.1040611084726.64565D-100000 at fledge.watson.org>, Robe
rt Watson writes:
>It looks reasonable to me, although bde will no doubt point out there are
>a couple of places where function declarations get too long for a line,
>comments don't line up, etc.
He already did :-)
>Do you plan to eliminate udev_t in a following step and return it to
>dev_t? There are some positive and negative aspecets of doing so relating
>to cross-platform compatibility, one suspects, but it would be nice for
>consistency purposes now that the kernel dev_t is gone.
Yes, that is the second half of this change.
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