EV-64260-BP & GT64260 bi_recs
hozer at drgw.net
Fri Mar 22 07:36:33 EST 2002
On Wed, Mar 20, 2002 at 09:04:35AM -0800, Michael Sokolov wrote:
> Tom Rini <trini at kernel.crashing.org> wrote:
> > Sure there is, for it to be accepted.
> Wait a minute, why am I even talking to you? Mark said he is the responsible
> maintainer and promised to push my patch in a few days if there is no consensus
> by then, and I think I'll just wait a few days and then ask him to stick to his
> word. (I'm willing to bet $50 that in the next few days there will be no
> consensus nor will anyone else offer a counterpatch.)
Well, If I remember right, Mark doesn't even have a galileo board anymore
(someone else got it). So I could probably make an argument I'm the
> > And would you please make it
> > versus the _galileo tree
> Sorry, no, that would be a step backward and we need to move forward.
I strongly suggest you submit me (or the -galileo) list patches, otherwise
when I start merging the _galileo tree code to _devel, I'm likely to blow
your changes away because I can't test them.
And PLEASE give me a different eth driver ;)
The one in the tree right now works for single cpus, but
a) is ugly
b) blows up very nicely with SMP.
The _galileo tree was created to keep us from thrashing in _devel with a
bunch of crappy (but working) code.
FYI, I am about ready to merge Zuma's gt64260_mpsc driver to 2_4_devel
since it seems to work reasonably well, and the code is mostly sane. If
you have another mpsc driver, speak now or forever hold your peace.
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