> No, I didn't. But I can't even imagine how these changes could break those.
Our kernel build process has to look at CONFIG_xxx because we build
multiple kernels from the same base .config.
> > Please post a patch with only these 19 changes, and make sure to CC it
> > to linux-kernel.
> I don't think this is your decision to make, is it?
I have no control over what you choose to do. It's a free 'net, and you
are free to ignore any and all suggestions.
The normal way to get patches into the kernel is to split them up. I
just sent Linus 21 patches, which got condensed into
> - Jeff Garzik: network driver updates, i810 rng driver, and
> "alloc_etherdev()" network driver insert race condition fix.
Separate out your changes. Make the maintainers aware of your changes.
ie. if it modifies my driver's CONFIG_xxx usage or my subsystem's
Config.in, let me know. ("me" == any maintainer)
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