Re: [PATCH] drivers: Conversions from kmalloc+memset to k(z|c)alloc.
From: Stefan Richter
Date: Sun Jul 23 2006 - 11:23:47 EST
Jeff Garzik wrote:
Tomasz KÅoczko wrote:
Moment .. are you want to say something like "keep commont coding
style can't be maintained by tool" ?
Yes and no.
Even if indent watches on to small coding style emenets still I don't
see why using this tool isn't one of the current ement of release
indent isn't perfect, _especially_ where C99 comes into the picture.
And running indent across the tree pre-release would (a) create a ton of
noise before each release, and (b) undo perfectly valid, readable
scripts/Lindent exists and gets used, but it is not perfect.
yes, we have scripts/Lindent, but it cannot and is not supposed to solve
all style issues. Coding style is about _much_ more than whitespace. It
includes sensible names, usage of language features...
Furthermore, much of this thread revolved around style issues where a
common coding style is not fully established in the first place.
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