On Fri, Sep 20 2002, Daniel Phillips wrote:
> On Friday 20 September 2002 00:09, Dave Olien wrote:
> > Daniel,
> > My mailer here has been misbehaving. I didn't think THIS mail
> > had actually made it out. So, you may be seeing another version
> > of this mail sometime. Just ignore it.
> > I think some coding style repairs would be great! But I'd like to
> > hold off on that until we've finished all the functional changes.
> > That way, anyone doing a code review can easily see only the
> > changes to make the driver function.
> > Once functional changes are mostly complete, then cleaning up
> > some coding style issues would be a good thing.
> Yep. And this is not a halloween deadline kind of thing, or more
> accurately, you just did the halloween part of it. The rest of the
> job is to try to make it nice. It would be great to find out if the
> hardware is really as slow as it seems, or if it's the driver.
Not at all a Halloween thing, this is just a driver update.
> > Regarding being a mainteiner, lets get the code changes done
> > first ;-)
> It's working! I see this in very simple terms ;-)
Good that it's working, but I would have to agree with Dave, there's
still lots of work to be done. pci dma mapping is not complete, for one.
-- Jens Axboe
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