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SubjectRe: [Cocci] [PATCH v13 3/6] clk: Make clk API return per-user struct clk instances
On 02/06/15 01:12, Julia Lawall wrote:
> On Fri, 6 Feb 2015, Quentin Lambert wrote:
>> On 06/02/2015 03:15, Stephen Boyd wrote:
>>> Thanks for the coccinelle patch. Thinking more about it, I don't think
>>> we care if the pointer is dereferenced because that would require a
>>> definition of struct clk and that is most likely not the case outside of
>>> the clock framework. Did you scan the entire kernel?
>> No I haven't.
>>> I'm running it now
>>> but it seems to be taking a while.
>> Yes, that's why, as a first step, I chose to limit the scan to the arm
>> directory.
> Are you sure to be using all of the options provided:
> // Options: --recursive-includes --relax-include-path
> // Options: --include-headers-for-types
> And are you using 1.0.0-rc23 or 1.0.0-rc24? Those should save parsed
> header files so that they don't have to be parsed over and over.
> If you are using rc24, then you can use the -j option for parallelism.
> But then you should also use an option like --chunksize 10 (I don't know
> what number would be good), because the default is chunksize 1, and in
> that case the saved parsed header files are not reused, because the fies
> are all processed individually. In general, it is only the files within a
> chunk that will share parsed header files.

Thanks for the info.

$ spatch --version
spatch version 1.0.0-rc22 with Python support and with PCRE support

so I guess I need to update. I tried throwing it into
scripts/coccinelle/misc and then did

make O=../obj/ coccicheck

at the toplevel but it didn't find anything.

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