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SubjectRe: [PATCH] genirq: describe IRQF_COND_SUSPEND
On 05/03/2015 at 11:04:11 +0000, Mark Rutland wrote :
> > > +In rare cases an IRQ can be shared between a wakeup device driver and an
> > > +IRQF_NO_SUSPEND user. In order for this to be safe, the wakeup device driver
> > > +must be able to discern spurious IRQs from genuine wakeup events (signalling
> >
> > And genuine question, should we use British English or American English
> > or we don't care ?
>
> Have I written something that isn't valid American English there? I read
> over this a few times and failed to spot anything obvious.
>
> I'm happy to change for consistency, I generally assume that's the most
> important thing.

I'd say signalling vs signaling. I actually had to look up which one was
correct. I'm personally using Incorrect/Broken English so I'm definitely
not here to give lessons.


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Alexandre Belloni, Free Electrons
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