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Re: [PATCH] FAT, UFS and mtime

From: phcoder
Subject: Re: [PATCH] FAT, UFS and mtime
Date: Sun, 01 Mar 2009 22:17:17 +0100
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Bean wrote:
On Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 12:25 AM, phcoder <address@hidden> wrote:
Hello all. It seems that gcc has trouble with -m32 when structure is passed
as argument. So I replaced that part by a pointer. Also I made some
improvements to ufs code to support solaris branch of ufs. I tested it also
with freebsd and netbsd's branch and it works fine on it too.
As my 3 FS patches: mtime, FAT and UFS are interdependent I submit a patch
with all 3 features. If it's really necessary I can split them but it
requires a lot of unnecessary work


Please don't merge patch, it makes it harder to track down bugs later.

Actually these patches aren't merged. The problem is that my copyright assignment hasn't been signed by FSF yet so uncommited patches accumulate in my grub2 tree

Also, perhaps you should keep datetime.c as it is. I'm planning to
split the normal mode into separate components, it'd be nice if you
don't add files to the normal directory.

Feel free to put datetime.c wherever you want


Vladimir 'phcoder' Serbinenko

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