On Mon, Feb 18, 2008 at 03:12:09PM +0200, Adrian Bunk wrote:
> If me resending this old patch collides with something finally getting a 
> user this part of my patch shouldn't be applied now (but you might get 
> it again in 6 months if it's still unused...).
> But generally such conflicts would become visible if "known development 
> trees that are intended for mainline" were in -mm.

It *has* been in -mm, except for periods when akpm has dropped it due
to conflicts due to the "must have an in-tree user" doctrinaire
attitude due to a conflict with the r/o bind patch.

Did you actually try to do a compile test, or only made sure the patch
would apply?  The patch won't collide at application time, but it
would when you compile it....

                                                - Ted
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