On Thu, Jun 05, 2003 at 10:18:02AM +0100, Dave Jones wrote:
> The fact that a tree-wide 'cleanup' like this goes in just a few hours
> after its posted before chance to comment is another argument, but
> concentrating on the technical point here, I still think this is a
> step backwards.
Why? I just got rid of a function (well macro) that isn't even needed
(as proven by replacing it with an existing function.) That's
technically a good thing :)
Now I can agree that some of those replacements could be done with a
different function call, as almost none of the replacements in the
driver/* tree really want to walk all of the pci devices in the tree.
They usually just want to walk all devices of a type of pci device (be
it capability, or other trait.) I'd be glad to take changes of this
sort in the future.
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