Brian Inglis writes:
>> It would be easier to review if you would split it up into smaller patches, 
>> each 
>> doing one thing, to the extent that this makes sense.  For example, the 
>> simplification achieved by using the ftcprint macro could be done in a 
>> single 
>> patch that's separate from the substantive changes.
> Unfortunately, that was added later to make the got it/add it/skip it flag 
> cross
> checks in Linux order more certain vs my own sequential tabular source.

I usually use Emacs/magit to split up a bunch of changes into a more
comprehensible series of commits post factum, but there are other ways
to achieve that same goal.

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