Re: [PATCHSET -mm] bitmap, cpumask, nodemask: implement pr_cont functions and use di"

From: Andrew Morton
Date: Wed Dec 10 2014 - 16:49:49 EST

On Wed, 10 Dec 2014 10:52:42 -0500 Tejun Heo <tj@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> 0001-bitmap-restructure-bitmap_sn-list-printf.patch
> 0002-bitmap-cpumask-nodemask-implement-pr_cont-variants-o.patch
> 0003-mips-use-cpu-node-mask-pr_cont-and-seq-output-functi.patch
> 0004-powerpc-use-cpu-node-mask-pr_cont-and-seq-output-fun.patch
> 0005-tile-use-cpu-node-mask-pr_cont-and-seq-output-functi.patch
> 0006-x86-use-cpu-node-mask-pr_cont-and-seq-output-functio.patch
> 0007-xtensa-use-cpu-node-mask-pr_cont-and-seq-output-func.patch
> 0008-cpuset-use-cpu-node-mask-pr_cont-and-seq-output-func.patch
> 0009-rcu-use-cpu-node-mask-pr_cont-and-seq-output-functio.patch
> 0010-sched-use-cpu-node-mask-pr_cont-and-seq-output-funct.patch
> 0011-timer-use-cpu-node-mask-pr_cont-and-seq-output-funct.patch
> 0012-percpu-use-cpu-node-mask-pr_cont-and-seq-output-func.patch
> The first two patches implement the pr_cont variants of the formatting
> functions. The rest convert the existing users to pr_cont and seq
> functions subsystem-by-subsystem. It'd be the easiest to route all
> through -mm but the conversion patches can go through individual
> subsystem trees afterwards if necessary.

But you're working on other code which will depend on this? If so
perhaps these should be held in your tree.
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