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Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2023 08:05:41 -0600
From: Jonathan Corbet <>
To: Steven Rostedt <>, James Bottomley
Cc: Christoph Hellwig <>, Kees Cook <>,
 Justin Stitt <>, Keith Busch <>,
 Jens Axboe <>, Sagi Grimberg <>,,,,
Subject: Re: the nul-terminated string helper desk chair rearrangement

Steven Rostedt <> writes:

> On Thu, 26 Oct 2023 07:39:44 -0400
> James Bottomley <> wrote:
>> While it's nice in theory to have everything documented, it's not much
>> use if no one can actually find the information ...
> Does kerneldoc provide an automated index?

If you go to and type a symbol
into the search box on the left, you'll get directed to the right place
(if it exists).  For James's system_state example, it makes it clear
that there's only one reference - in the coding-style document, of all

I've never looked into that index to see how hard it would be to access
without a browser.


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