On Sun, Jul 09, 2006 at 01:56:43PM +0100, Christoph Hellwig wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 09, 2006 at 10:54:54AM +1000, Nathan Scott wrote:
> I don't think theres a valid reason to keep such dead code around. If
Its not dead code. I will and have been happily removing dead
> If you want these flags to stay merge the code in mainline. And while we're
Well, if it makes my maintenance task more difficult without any
gain whatsoever obviously thats not going to happen, sorry.
> at that it would be nice if git tree merges would go via -fsdevel with
> a full set of patches.
Hmm - well, I could CC the mail I send Linus to xfs@oss if there's
enough interest (fsdevel doesn't sound right to me), but the full
patchset gets way too large (like when dir1 got removed the other
day...), and interested people can easily get that anyway, so just
hasn't seemed worth it.
> There seem to be some rather odd things creeping in lately.
Er, such as? And why not point these things out at the time,
when people are working on it and committing the changes (and
sending commit mail to xfs@oss), instead of this odd vague