For trivial at least, please split the patches. It makes it easy for
me and/or Linus to accept only one.
Also, please mention clearly if you obsolete a previous trivial patch...
> diff -Naur -X dontdiff linux-2.5.20-clean/arch/i386/Config.help linux-2.5.20-
> --- linux-2.5.20-clean/arch/i386/Config.help Thu May 30 04:42:46 2002
> +++ linux-2.5.20-config-munging/arch/i386/Config.help Mon Jun 3 12:39:48 200
> @@ -641,7 +641,8 @@
> off or put into a power conserving "sleep" mode if they are not
> being used. There are two competing standards for doing this: APM
> and ACPI. If you want to use either one, say Y here and then also
> - to the requisite support below.
> + to the requisite support below. This option is also required for
> + "software suspend", see below.
> Power Management is most important for battery powered laptop
> computers; if you have a laptop, check out the Linux Laptop home
Like code, descriptions develop scar tissue when you do the "minimally
invasive" change. Consider this classic trap-for-skimmers from the
glibc "snprintf" man page, and learn:
These functions return the number of characters printed
(not including the trailing `\0' used to end output to
strings). snprintf and vsnprintf do not write more than
size bytes (including the trailing '\0'), and return -1 if
the output was truncated due to this limit. (Thus until
glibc 2.0.6. Since glibc 2.1 these functions follow the
C99 standard and return the number of characters (exclud
ing the trailing '\0') which would have been written to
the final string if enough space had been available.)
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