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SubjectRe: [PATCH v7 03/25] kallsyms: increase maximum kernel symbol length to 512
On Fri, May 27, 2022 at 6:27 PM Jarkko Sakkinen <> wrote:
> The honest answer: I don't actually remember what I was thinking
> (other stuff stole my focus) but my comment neither makes much
> sense to me. Please just ignore it, and apologies for causing
> confusion.

No apologies needed!

> There's something I'm looking into in my spare time right now.
> I'm experimenting with interfacing keyring types to Rust. The
> first step, I guess, is to provide a Rust abstraction for
> assoc_array.
> I've skimmed through the patch set and have now *rough* idea of
> patterns and techniques. My opens are more on the process side
> of things since there's no yet mainline subtree.

Thanks a lot for taking a look and taking the initiative.

> If I send a patch or patch sets, would this be a good workflow:
> 1. RFC tag.
> 2. In the cover letter denote the patch set version, which was
> used the baseline.

Sounds good to me. Alternatively, you can use a `--base=` pointing to
one of the commits in our `rust` branch.


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