Thanks a lot , mate.
I’m reluctant to put it up as a PR, since some PR are outstanding for years.
since Pedro has issue with hardware, could you try the patch and give a
resolution on it ? I reviewed it mentally (no FreeBSD atm machine on which I
could actually patch the kernel) and apart style changes it looks OK .
Physically i can test it again fro a couple of days. Getting this reviewed &
tested / committed or rejected would give me an idea on how things actually
work around here. This is actual code which you can commit or reject not
commentaries only like in the thread regarding the binary code reuse.
[qute from libxo thread ]
>>It's all fine and good making technical decisions based on drawings and
>>handwaving and philosophizing, but at some point someone has to do
>>The reason is simple - someone offered to do the work and push it through.
>>This isn't a commercial thing where we get to make project >>decisions and
>>allocate resources - the juniper folk came up with a solution that
Once I see how things work around here once someone wrote the code, and get
this done one way or another , we could proceed to the libification of
ifconfig, should you so desire, and you believe we can all benefit from it.
> On 19 Nov 2015, at 11:17, Pedro Giffuni <p...@freebsd.org> wrote:
>> Il giorno 19/nov/2015, alle ore 02:34, Dan Partelly <dan_parte...@rdsor.ro>
>> ha scritto:
>> Hey Pedro,
>> some times ago you got some DDB patches from me in which I added relational
>> ops support from it. The patch was a bit clobbered,
>> but last I know you cleaned it up and put it somewhere on freebsd.org
>> (prolly your page) up for review.
> It’s here:
> I haven’t tested it though.
>> Could you or Adrian review the patch set , and if it is OK potentially
>> proceed with a commit ? Or if it is not ok for a commit , please advice on a
>> follow up.
> I am having hardware issues so I won’t be able to do much in a while.
> Perhaps you should review it and submit it as a PR.
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