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SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/23] Rid W=1 warnings in MTD
> This set is part of a larger effort attempting to clean-up W=1
> kernel builds, which are currently overwhelmingly riddled with
> niggly little warnings.
> Lee Jones (23):
> mtd: mtdpart: Fix misdocumented function parameter 'mtd'
> mtd: devices: phram: File headers are not good candidates for
> kernel-doc
> mtd: nand: onenand: onenand_base: Fix expected kernel-doc formatting
> mtd: devices: docg3: Fix kernel-doc 'bad line' and 'excessive doc'
> issues
> mtd: mtdcore: Fix misspelled function parameter 'section'
> mtd: nand: onenand: onenand_bbt: Fix expected kernel-doc formatting
> mtd: spi-nor: controllers: hisi-sfc: Demote non-conformant kernel-doc
> mtd: ubi: build: Document 'ubi_num' in struct mtd_dev_param
> mtd: nand: spi: toshiba: Demote non-conformant kernel-doc header
> mtd: ubi: kapi: Correct documentation for 'ubi_leb_read_sg's 'sgl'
> parameter
> mtd: ubi: eba: Fix a couple of misdocumentation issues
> mtd: ubi: wl: Fix a couple of kernel-doc issues
> mtd: nand: raw: brcmnand: brcmnand: Demote non-conformant kernel-doc
> headers
> mtd: ubi: gluebi: Fix misnamed function parameter documentation
> mtd: nand: raw: diskonchip: Marking unused variables as
> __always_unused
> mtd: nand: raw: cafe_nand: Remove superfluous param doc and add
> another
> mtd: nand: raw: s3c2410: Add documentation for 2 missing struct
> members
> mtd: nand: raw: omap_elm: Finish half populated function header,
> demote empty ones
> mtd: nand: raw: omap2: Fix a bunch of kernel-doc misdemeanours
> mtd: nand: raw: sunxi_nand: Document 'sunxi_nfc's 'caps' member
> mtd: nand: raw: arasan-nand-controller: Document 'anfc_op's 'buf'
> member
> mtd: nand: onenand: onenand_base: Fix some kernel-doc misdemeanours
> mtd: devices: powernv_flash: Add function names to headers and fix
> 'dev'

May I ask; what is the plan for these patches please?

Do you plan on taking the ones that do not require re-work, rather
than fixing up and re-submitting the whole set. It would certainly
save a lot of mailing list churn if that were the case.

Either way, let me know and I will abide by your decision.

Lee Jones [李琼斯]
Senior Technical Lead - Developer Services │ Open source software for Arm SoCs
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