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PATCH] cleanup hardcoding __pa/__va macros etc. (take-4)

To: Atsushi Nemoto <>
Subject: PATCH] cleanup hardcoding __pa/__va macros etc. (take-4)
From: girish <>
Date: Thu, 28 Sep 2006 01:58:02 +0900
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> Using just plain text and adding Signed-off-by line would be preferred.
> Also your patch seems against neither latest lmo nor tree...

The kernel sources I was referring to were 2.6.17-rc6.

>> In the meantime, I couldn't find the changes suggested for SPARSEMEM support
>> in the main source tree. Especially the ones reviewed during month of August
>> ([PATCH] do not count pages in holes with sparsemem ...). Could you please
>> resend the consolidated patch to the list? Thanks.
> August?  I sent the patch with that title in July and applied already.

Again, I was referring to older sources, that is 2.6.17-rc6. I have just
upgraded reference sources to 2.6.18 as mentioned above & now I see the
changes. Thanks. In fact I am experimenting on highmem/sparsemem with kernel sources.

Please find attached patch created from 2.6.18 ( tree. Let me
know if this is alright.

Signed-off-by: Girish V. Gulawani <>

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