[PATCH v3 12/11] Fix incorrect encoding of relaxed instructions (PR18303)

David Woodhouse dwmw2 at infradead.org
Sun Dec 22 10:40:06 PST 2013

On Sat, 2013-12-21 at 18:10 -0700, Sean Silva wrote:
> FYI, the convention on the LLVM mailing lists is to attach patches
> rather than have them inline. Also, all patches in a patch series
> should be attached to the same message instead of being in multiple
> messages.
> The reason for this is that most community members' mail clients
> (i.e., almost all "normal" mail clients) don't handle threading
> properly (and tend to mangle the bodies, etc.), so the Linux-like
> conventions (i.e. what git's email functionality does by default)
> don't work well. I believe it's just a matter of passing a flag to git
> to change it's behavior.

Thank you for the information.

But really, if you're going to tell me I should pander to people with
broken tools instead of assuming (and attempting to ensure) sanity, then
surely that would mean I shouldn't be doing any of this? Instead, I
should just have continued writing in .code32 assembler; translating it
in my head from the .code16 I *really* want...

It's not as if threading is hard :)


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