On Sun, 5 May 2002, Martin Dalecki wrote:
> OK, lest's make a deal you do the following and - realize
> immediately that there is a need for single argument
> time_past() or whatever and I turn spinlock debugging on :-).
Hmm.. Something like
#define timeout_expired(x) time_after(jiffies, (x))
migth indeed make sense.
But I'm a lazy bastard. Is there some victim^H^H^H^H^H^Hhero who would
want to do the 'sed s/time_after(jiffies,/timeout_expired(/g' and verify
that it does the right thing and send it to me as a patch?
The thing is, I wonder if it should be "time_after(jiffies,x)" or
"time_after_eq(jiffies,x)". There's a single-tick difference there..
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