[PATCH] double semicolon cleanup, kernel 2.6.5-rc3
From: Alexander Stohr
Date: Wed Mar 31 2004 - 11:38:36 EST
the attached patch cleans up a larger amount of superfluos
";;" statements in current Linux kernel sources by converting
them to the regular single ";" statments.
it seems to be a common problem that at the end of a line
the semicolon key is producing an echo.
that sort of noise is simply unneccessary source code
and can be cleaned up without any danger.
since the attached patch is not generated by some filter,
it does care about assembler code with ";;" and it does care
about "for(;;)" constructs which of course must reamin as they are.
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