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Date:	Wed, 19 Sep 2012 18:39:37 +0200
From:	Bruno Prémont <>
To:	Allen Huang (黃偉格) 
Cc:	<>,
	"'Michael Chen'" <>,
	"'Charles'" <>,
	"'Joseph Chang'" <>,
	Linux network list <>
Subject: Re: Davicom DM9000C driver

Hi Allen,

[CCing netdev, keeping .c/.h source attached]

On Wed, 19 September 2012 Allen Huang (黃偉格)  <> wrote:
> I'm Allen Huang from Davicom. We are hereby opensourcing the linux
> driver for our DM9000C. 

Ah, from looking at the code DM9000C looks like it is some nerwork chip,
what platforms does it show up on?

> We would appreciate any comments that you have on our driver and
> whether it is ready to go into the kernel. Please see DM9000C driver in the
> attachment.

It would be nice if you could include the changes to Kconfig/Makefile
including a description as it's not clear on what kind of devices the
chip can be encountered.

Also please properly tag the source files attachments as text/plain.

With a quick glance at the code:
- your comments are often single-line C++ style //
  and should be changed to /*  */.

- comments that look like author/revision tags

- there are blocks of code commented or inside if (1) {}

- some printk calls missing KERN_ severity tag

- indentation issues

Please fix above issues (and have a look at scripts/ and
respin (as a patch) taking care to CC netdev so network people have to
chance to see it.


View attachment "dm9000_KT2.6.31.c" of type "text/plain" (37105 bytes)

View attachment "dm9000_KT2.6.31.h" of type "text/plain" (4181 bytes)

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