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export_report: use warn() to issue WARNING, so they go to stderr

Also count CONFIG_MODVERSIONS warnings, and print a NOTE at start of
SECTION 2 if any were issued.  Section 2 will be empty if the build is
lacking this CONFIG_ item, and user may have missed the warnings, as
they're off screen.

Signed-off-by: Jim Cromie <jim.cromie@gmail.com>
Signed-off-by: Michal Marek <mmarek@suse.cz>
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Jim Cromie 11 years ago
committed by Michal Marek
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      scripts/export_report.pl

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scripts/export_report.pl

@ -102,6 +102,8 @@ close($module_symvers);
#
# collect the usage count of each symbol.
#
my $modversion_warnings = 0;
foreach my $thismod (@allcfiles) {
my $module;
@ -132,7 +134,8 @@ foreach my $thismod (@allcfiles) {
}
}
if ($state != 2) {
print "WARNING:$thismod is not built with CONFIG_MODVERSION enabled\n";
warn "WARNING:$thismod is not built with CONFIG_MODVERSIONS enabled\n";
$modversion_warnings++;
}
close($module);
}
@ -166,6 +169,9 @@ printf("SECTION 2:\n\tThis section reports export-symbol-usage of in-kernel
modules. Each module lists the modules, and the symbols from that module that
it uses. Each listed symbol reports the number of modules using it\n");
print "\nNOTE: Got $modversion_warnings CONFIG_MODVERSIONS warnings\n\n"
if $modversion_warnings;
print "~"x80 , "\n";
for my $thismod (sort keys %MODULE) {
my $list = $MODULE{$thismod};

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