RE: [PATCH] checkpatch: Add some --strict coding style checks

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On Tue, 2012-02-21 at 22:09 +0000, Allan, Bruce W wrote:
> This appears to falsely complain about parenthesis alignment in
> conditional statements with multiple opening parentheses.  For
> example, these will report a check condition:
> 	if (test_and_set_bit(nr,
> 				   addr))
> 		baz();
> 	if (!(func_a(x) &&
> 		func_b(y)))
> 		baz();
> Assuming my stupid mailer will screw up the indentation above, the 'a'
> in addr in the first example is meant to be immediately below the 'n'
> in nr, and the two 'f's in func_* are meant to be vertically lined up
> in the second example.

You're right, thanks for testing.
The logic I used is too trivial.

Andrew, please ditch this one for awhile.

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