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On Thu, 2004-08-12 at 02:13, Eric W. Biederman wrote:
> So far I have been busy with other things so I have been taking the slow route
> to refactoring.  I have just reported the cfi_fixup function from cfi_util
> and have gotten nearly all of the variation in cfi_cmdset_0001 and cfi_cmdset_0002
> under control.  
> It is probably enough infrastructure so that cfi_cmdset_0001 and 0020 could be
> merged.

Sorry for the delay.  Maybe I can convince Joern to get them merged. 
Most of the stuff can probably be done in a fixup function now that they
take a struct mtd_info *.

> For the deeper pieces of command set common code moving their helper functions
> into cfi_util is probably a good place to start.
> I'm hoping I have accomplished enough I don't need to touch the code again for quite a while but...

We can always hope :).


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