[ovs-dev] [PATCH] datapath-windows: Move and Rename files
sghinet at cloudbasesolutions.com
Wed Aug 6 15:58:38 UTC 2014
Thanks Ben for the suggestion!
I'm quite new to sending patches via mailing lists, so I am bit left handed :)
I think I will send replies for this, renaming [PATCH] to e.g. [PATCH 01 / 15]
From: Ben Pfaff [blp at nicira.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 06, 2014 6:04 PM
To: Samuel Ghinet
Cc: dev at openvswitch.org
Subject: Re: [ovs-dev] [PATCH] datapath-windows: Move and Rename files
On Wed, Aug 06, 2014 at 11:00:28AM +0000, Samuel Ghinet wrote:
> Move and rename files:
> 1. Remove "Ovs" prefixes. There is no reason to have them.
> 2. Create directories and Visual Studio filters to represent them:
> * Core: anything that is "generic", that might be used anywhere in code, etc.
> * Hyper-v: functionality for Hyper-V Switch, Hyper-V Nics, Hyper-V Ports, OIDs
> * OpenFlow: the kernel part of the OpenFlow implementation: Datapath, Flows, Ports, Actions.
> * Protocol: net protocols: ethernet, ip checksuming, tcp, etc.
> * Transfer: functionalities for NBLs, NB, ingress path, tunneling
> * Winetlink: IOCTLs, packet queuing to userspace, windows netlink protocol.
> Also changed the "#include"-s in the files to acomodate this change.
I see that you have submitted several patches. Probably, at least some
of these patches depend on others, so that they have to be applied in a
particular order. If that is the case, then the patches should be
numbered and sent as part of a single email thread. The "git
send-email" program can do that automatically for you. (It will also
send each patch exactly once. I see multiple postings of some of your
patches, without version numbers, which makes it difficult to tell
whether the two posts are the same or different.)
I'll wait for reviews.
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