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RE: [RFC trollpatch 1/1] genirq: Remove the fits all and nothing __do_IRQ() code

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---------- Original Message -----------
From: Mikael Starvik <mikael.starvik@xxxxxxxx>
To: Thomas Gleixner <tglx@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, LKML <linux-k 
>  The following architectures are still using __do_IRQ():
>   alpha, cris, ia64, h8300, m32r, m68knommu, parisc, um
> So now the question arises what to do with __do_IRQ().
> Removing it would be the right thing, but that'll break 8 archs, so
> it's probably not considered a good idea, though for most of them the
> conversion should be reasonably trivial.
> I'm happy to move that code into kernel/irq/cruft.c forever if there
> is no way to get the remaining users converted in the forseeable
> future. It looks like they can cope with the annoying build warning
> nicely.
> Either that or moving everything what breaks into staging/arch/* and
> hand it over to GregKH :)
> Thoughts ?

To the lists:

My thought is, put something in the readme - like Jay Estabrook's note in the
current Alpha Core build.  At least so those of us who get wierd msgs during a
kernel build can know what they are all about.


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