Looks sane - thanks. I see no harm in sending it to Linus. Could you runQuote:> The following patch updates linux-2.5.2-pre8/drivers/mtd to compile.
> This entails some kdev_t fixes and other updates for changes to the
> block device driver interface.
Not in my tree - strange. Oh well, I'll deal with it when 2.5 stabilisesQuote:> In the case of one routine (ftl_reread_partitions), there was a goto
> to a nonexistant label (goto leave), so I think there may have been an
> incomplete patch applied to this subdirectory to begin with
and I stop ignoring it.
Currently, it's only compiled in the iPAQ kernel tree, where it works - I'mQuote:> (also, drivers/mtd/bootldr.c refers to a nonexistant "struct tag", but that
> file is apparently not currently compiled anyhow).
waiting for the iPAQ people and Russell to stop arguing about how it should
be done, so the result will work in the proper ARM tree (and hence Linus'
a while ago, and I was going to remove the forwarding some time soon.
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