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Re: Standardizing use of kernel hook scripts

Tyler MacDonald wrote:
> Darren Salt <linux@youmustbejoking.demon.co.uk> wrote:
>> > On Wed, Apr 01 2009, Frans Pop wrote:
>> [make-kpkg]
>> >> But is anyone still using it? Is there any current reason to support
>> >> it
> Well, there's still some kernel options that are immutable and
> multiple choice. And there's always people that want to optimize. Out of
> laziness (or maybe having better things to do? <g>) my current setups
> aren't make-kpkg'ed, but it would depress me if, after using make-kpkg
> for years and years, I wanted to use it again one day and found that it
> didn't work anymore.


Same point as made in reply to Darren: we're not trying to find out if 
anyone is using make-kpkg, but whether anyone is using hook scripts that 
rely on the second parameter that gets passed to them.
And, more in general, whether that second parameter is still needed/useful 
in a new API for calling the hook scripts.

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