Re: [PATCH] ISDN: Change pci_find_device() calls to pci_get_device()

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Hi Gregory.

On Fri, Sep 21, 2007 at 10:55:08AM +0200, Gregory 'GaLi' Cavelier wrote:
> The following patch removes the obsolete pci_find_device() calls and replaces them with pci_get_device() for all ISDN drivers.
> Compilation is fine but I haven't tested it since I don't own a ISDN card. Should be fine since the return value and parameters of pci_find_device() and pci_get_device() are the same.
> The is my first patch so be nice to me  :)
Jeff Garzik has been doing a lot of work lately on the ISDN subsystem.
So please check his work to avoid doing the same work twice.

Of benefit for everyone would be a throughfull review of the changes
Jeff made. It is a nice learning expericen if not anything else.

You can find the ISDN change in one of the branches in Jeff's
public treee's at
Try also to seach the lkml archives for his work.

All that said I have not chacked if he addressed this specific cleanup.

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