On Tue, 2016-09-20 at 10:07 -0700, Joe Perches wrote:
> On Tue, 2016-09-20 at 15:14 +0200, Julia Lawall wrote:
> > The semantic patch below finds a binary operator in a macro and a binary
> > operator in the use of the macro, and checks if the priority of the
> > operator in the macro is higher (lower number) than the priority of the
> > operator in the use. If this is the case, it adds parentheses in the use,
> > which is not what one wants, but serves to show where the problem is
> Thanks, this works on the trivial example I suggested
> without an #include
> I've tried it on trivial files with --recursive-includes
> and it seems to work there too.
I tried it on drivers/net with --recursive-includes and got
just 1 hit on an old and probably relatively untested driver.
No hardware, can't test. It may be correct now. Who knows...
diff --urN a/drivers/net/ethernet/smsc/smc911x.h
@@ -700,8 +700,8 @@ static const struct chip_id chip_ids =
* capabilities. Please use those and not the in/out primitives.
/* FIFO read/write macros */
-#define SMC_PUSH_DATA(lp, p, l) SMC_outsl( lp, TX_DATA_FIFO, p, (l) >>
-#define SMC_PULL_DATA(lp, p, l) SMC_insl ( lp, RX_DATA_FIFO, p, (l) >>
+#define SMC_PUSH_DATA(lp, p, l) SMC_outsl( lp, TX_DATA_FIFO, p, ((l) >>
+#define SMC_PULL_DATA(lp, p, l) SMC_insl ( lp, RX_DATA_FIFO, p, ((l) >>
#define SMC_SET_TX_FIFO(lp, x) SMC_outl( x, lp, TX_DATA_FIFO )
#define SMC_GET_RX_FIFO(lp) SMC_inl( lp, RX_DATA_FIFO )