I just sent about 40 reasonable-size patches through the
Trivial Patch Monkey to Linus: these patches replace the (deprecated)
"foo: " designated initializers with the ISO-C ".foo =" initializers.
GCC has understood both since forever, but the kernel took a wrong
bet, and we're better off setting a good example for 2.6 before we
start getting about 10,000 warnings.
So far, Art Haas has done all the fs code, and will presumably
be working through the other code on dir at a time.
Just a heads-up,
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