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[PATCH] testkernel.sh to retain make exit code

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From: Oleg Drokin <green@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

When running testkernel.sh from other scripts it's important
to know if the compile was a success or not.

Signed-off-by: Oleg Drokin <green@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Recently I tied smatch into our gerrit so that people get head ups
on their patches before it gets to human inspectors (and hopefully
speeds up development that way).
And whenever I get a build failure, there's a false "all is fine"
message that should probably be avoided.

 smatch_scripts/test_kernel.sh | 2 ++
 1 file changed, 2 insertions(+)

diff --git a/smatch_scripts/test_kernel.sh b/smatch_scripts/test_kernel.sh
index 4019169..f0cbb76 100755
--- a/smatch_scripts/test_kernel.sh
+++ b/smatch_scripts/test_kernel.sh
@@ -29,5 +29,7 @@ make clean
 find -name \*.c.smatch -exec rm \{\} \;
 make -j${NR_CPU} -k CHECK="$CMD -p=kernel --file-output $*" \
 	C=1 bzImage modules 2>&1 | tee smatch_compile.warns
 find -name \*.c.smatch -exec cat \{\} \; -exec rm \{\} \; > smatch_warns.txt
+exit $RETVAL

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