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SubjectRe: [PATCH 4/5 v2] x86 boot: show pfn addresses in hex not decimal in some kernel info printks
Yinghai wrote:
> we should remove 0x,

I see some kernel hex prints either way, with or without, 0x.

In this case, in part because I was changing a decimal to a hex
format, and because it could be ambiguous (a hex number that
happened to use only [0-9] digits would be indistinguisable from
a decimal) I preferred using the 0x.

I see no clear answer here ... it seems to be a matter of taste.

> we should ... hex print out all the way...regarding mem pfn and
> memory address, memory size etc. except XXXMB. XXXKB...

I fixed the ones I noticed. If you see print formats that you
would like to change, I will likely be in agreement to such a

I won't rest till it's the best ...
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Paul Jackson <> 1.940.382.4214

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