Re: [PATCH] Summary: Fixed all the indents and other errors in IEEE11h.c
From: Toon Schoenmakers
Date: Thu Jul 21 2011 - 10:27:54 EST
I am really just beginning with C, so I don't think I can rewrite the
part that now is in Lisp (I didn't even know it was in Lisp until you
And with WLAN_SET_FC_FSTYPE() not being aligned I assume you mean that
you'd like to see it right under the thing that's above it, for easy
The aligning of it is probably the only thing I can fix at this point
of time, thanks for the suggestions though.
On Mon, Jul 18, 2011 at 14:36, Dan Carpenter <error27@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 17, 2011 at 01:38:29AM +0200, Toon Schoenmakers wrote:
>> + uNumOfEIDs = ((uLength - offsetof(WLAN_FRAME_MSRREQ,
>> + sMSRReqEIDs))/
>> + (sizeof(WLAN_IE_MEASURE_REQ)));
> It would be better to write this in C instead of Lisp:
> uNumOfEIDs = (uLength - offsetof(WLAN_FRAME_MSGREQ, sMSRReqEIDS)) /
> The other advantage of that is that the call to offsetof() is now
> all together on one line.
>> + pTxPacket->p80211Header = (PUWLAN_80211HDR)((unsigned char *)pTxPacket +
>> + pFrame = (PWLAN_FRAME_TPCREP)((unsigned char *)pTxPacket +
> Don't do that.
>> + pFrame->Header.wFrameCtl = (WLAN_SET_FC_FTYPE(WLAN_FTYPE_MGMT) |
>> + WLAN_SET_FC_FSTYPE(WLAN_FSTYPE_ACTION)
>> + );
> The close parenthesis can fit on the end of the other line. In fact
> the paren is not needed at all. Why is the second line aligned where
> you have it? The WLAN_SET_FC_FSTYPE() isn't aligned with anything.
> Take a another look through the patch and you'll find a bunch of
> similar issues.
> dan carpenter
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