[PATCH 0/5] simple sort swap function usage improvements

Andy Shevchenko andy.shevchenko at gmail.com
Sun Mar 31 05:32:16 AEDT 2019

On Sat, Mar 30, 2019 at 6:39 PM Andrey Abramov <st5pub at yandex.ru> wrote:
> This is the logical continuation of sort improvements by George Spelvin
> "lib/sort & lib/list_sort: faster and smaller" series
> (added to the linux-next really recently).
> Patches from 1 to 4 replace simple swap functions with the built-in
> (which is now much faster) and grouped by subsystem (after that only
> 3 files implement custom swap - arch/x86/kernel/unwind_orc.c,
> kernel/jump_label.c and lib/extable.c).
> Patch #5 replaces the int type with the size_t type of the size argument
> in the swap function.

> Andrey Abramov (5):
>   arch/arc: unwind.c: replace swap function with built-in one
>   powerpc: module_[32|64].c: replace swap function with built-in one
>   ocfs2: dir,refcounttree,xattr: replace swap functions with built-in
>     one
>   ubifs: find.c: replace swap function with built-in one
>   Lib: sort.h: replace int size with size_t size in the swap function

You have to do something about Cc list.
50 people is complete overkill. Seems as your series is a set of
independent fixes. Why not to split and Cc based on individual case?

With Best Regards,
Andy Shevchenko

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