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SubjectRe: [PATCH 06/11] staging: rtl8192e: Remove dead code: rtl_dm.[ch]
On 04.06.2015 15:52, Dan Carpenter wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 02, 2015 at 10:48:10PM +0200, Mateusz Kulikowski wrote:
>> - Remove unused fields in dig_t structures. Some of them were only
>> initialized and never accessed.
>> - Remove unused enums/macros/defines in rtl_dm.h
>> - Remove duplicated function declarations
>> - Remove unused dm_change_dynamic_initgain_thresh() function
>> - Remove unused dm_shadow_init() function
> Could you delete dm_shadow[] in a follow on patch.
Will do in v2

> How I review these sorts of patches is that:
> 1) Ignore deleted variables. If those are used then it will cause a
> compile problem so I don't worry about it.
> 2) Verify that when we delete initialization, then we also delete the
> variable. In this case we deleted the initialization of dm_shadow[]
> but not the variable itself, so I wondered if we were using
> unitialized data. It turns out that it was just an oversight.
> Reviewing these means a lot of searching, for each variable. Next time
> if the patch were split up more it would make it a bit easier.

Ok; I assume this applies for next series, not v2.


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