[U-Boot-Users] [patch 01/10] consolidate sizes.h
hskinnemoen at gmail.com
Sat Mar 17 21:18:51 CET 2007
[re-adding original submitter to Cc]
On 3/16/07, Grant Likely <grant.likely at secretlab.ca> wrote:
> My email client is trying to be clever and is showing the patch as an
> attachment; I think because the header includes this line:
> Content-Disposition: inline; filename=mx31/cleanup_sizes_h.diff
> Gmail is my email provider; I guess this is a quirk of their system.
Gmail does manage to show some of the contents of the patch in the
summary though. I was a bit surprised to find the body gone when I
clicked on the email.
Anyway, why do we need all these definitions? Wouldn't it be enough to
define SZ_1K, SZ_1M and SZ_1G so that you can get any size you want by
using expressions like (32 * SZ_1K)?
Not that I object to the patch -- consolidating these definitions is a
very good thing.
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