[patch 0/9] x86: cleanup patches - Kernel

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  1. [patch 0/9] x86: cleanup patches

    This is random collection of patch for x86.
    Mainly each of patch attempts to clean up and increase readability of code.
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  2. Re: [patch 0/9] x86: cleanup patches


    * Akinobu Mita wrote:

    > This is random collection of patch for x86. Mainly each of patch
    > attempts to clean up and increase readability of code.


    thanks Akinobu, i've applied the first 6 patches - they are really nice
    cleanups.

    The final 3 look good too but there's a patch conflict here: they were
    for mpparse_*.c which has just been unified in x86.git. Would you mind
    to have a look whether they are still relevant to the new mpparse.c?
    (Note, it's not available yet, will push that tree out later today)

    Ingo
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