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The cat is not mine :(

I like cycling, powerlifting, bad video games and metal.
Otherwise, I occupy my time with various bits in RISC-V land.

~useless, placeholder, website: https://www.conchuod.ie/
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Yes, thanks for this amazing email that I've got tonight in multiple languages because someone signed up to a mailing list with this garbage enabled.
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Feels like a shame to put a brake on a track bike, but at least it has me back out riding it. No longer feel self sacrificial enough to take it out in the city brakeless!
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@pdp7 I have the following in mine:
# Patch syntax highlighting
color normal white default
color body brightwhite default ^[[:space:]].*
color body brightwhite default ^(diff).*
color body green default ^[\+].*
color body red default ^[\-].*
color body brightblue default [@@].*
color body brightwhite default ^(\s).*

Does the job fine ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Edited 1 year ago
https://social.kernel.org/notice/AUYMfmHof5yHSkpLJA

Huh, so I finally figured out tonight why this was happening (and it was bothering me for months with false positives) but the attached pushed me to actually fix it.

The script in Linux to generate compile_commands.json takes a few arguments. There's a positional one:
"paths
directories to search or files to parse (files should be *.o, *.a, or modules.order). If nothing is specified, the current directory is searched"
and an optional one:
"-d DIRECTORY, --directory DIRECTORY
specify the output directory used for the kernel build (defaults to the working directory)"

Turns out that passing the build directory as one of the positional arguments is a no-go, as it will *mostly* work, but not pick up things like the kernels types (u32 etc) nor be able to use the symbols defined from Kconfig.
Instead, shoulda been passing it as --directory...

Call me biased, but perhaps the help text is not clear enough given doing it wrong "almost" works!
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I love clangd, but man is it annoyingly wrong some times. My OCD really really hates this one:
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Edited 1 year ago
@LWN whoops!
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What that treesitter doin'?
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@llvm @marcan Hmm, been playing with it a bit but have got stuck trying to figure out which option controls the following:
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@monsieuricon I do not use an app, just the website. Going to https://social.kernel.org/main/friends produces nothing other than 500 errors for me. Notifications works though!
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I hate outlook & I hate automatic replies.
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Finally :)

This time without a dirty mat!
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The diagnostics from clangd really suffer from too many false positives. Mostly ends up getting ignored, even when it's right, as a result :/
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Not checked out the netdev stats before, but kinda sucks that Microchip is #2 for negative.

The mpu32/at91 people here maintain the cadence macb stuff (which is all I've contributed to), so I figure we are at worst neutral for that particular driver.
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I don't get the point of these mails. Not exactly helping me understand *what* is suspicious about it? Why would I want to cancel it?
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Beats reading emails!
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