Re: Kill TRUE/FALSE from hp100.c

From: Pavel Machek (
Date: Wed Dec 11 2002 - 18:15:46 EST


> > > Kernel coding style does not like TRUE/FALSE, AFAICS. Please apply,
> > What's even more interesting: were did the defintions of TRUE/FALSE
> > as used by hp100.c come from?
> AFAIK drivers/net/hp100.h
> Should probably be also removed.
> Quick grepping in drviers/ showed many places, where TRUE/FALSE semantics
> is also used...probably should be removed too, shouldn't it?

Yes... I killed these because they hurt my eyes; I don't have to deal
with others so I'm unlike to go and kill them.

Casualities in World Trade Center: ~3k dead inside the building,
cryptography in U.S.A. and free speech in Czech Republic.
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