[PATCH] docbook: fix fatal rapidio yet again (and more to come)
randy.dunlap at Oracle.com
Thu May 1 08:11:49 EST 2008
On Thu, 1 May 2008 08:09:24 +1000 Paul Mackerras wrote:
> Andrew Morton writes:
> > > Odd. I thought Paul had picked up a docbook RapidIO patch from you in
> > > the latest merge round.
> > >
> > Well it's more than "a" patch. The six-week-old patch series is:
> > rapidio-add-memory-mapping-driver-to-rapidio.patch
> > rapidio-add-rapidio-space-allocation-bitmap-arithmetic.patch
> > rapidio-add-fsl-rapidio-controller-memory-ops-functions.patch
> > rapidio-add-the-rapidio-master-port-maintance-and-doorbell-window-to-space-resources.patch
> > rapidio-add-rapidio-proc-fs-for-memory-mapping-debugging.patch
> > rapidio-add-the-memory-mapping-support-in-rionet-driver.patch
> > rapidio-fix-docbook-references.patch
> > rapidio-fix-kernel-doc-problems.patch
> What happened is that you (Andrew) sent them on to me pretty much
> unexamined. I took a look at them and dropped one of them because it
> created a new /proc file. I asked Kumar to look at them and he had
> issues with another three of the patches, and dropping those meant
> that all the following ones (including the fix-kernel-doc one)
> wouldn't apply, so I dropped them too. I applied the rest and sent
> them to Linus.
> > (seems that I forgot to cc Jeff on the rionet change too).
> Yeah. I nearly dropped that one too. I probably should have. :)
> > Oh well. If nobody puts their hand up in the next 24 hours or so I'll just
> > send it all in to Linus.
> Please don't. At this stage I think the best thing is for Kumar to
> talk to Zhang Wei (they both work for Freescale, so that should be
> possible in theory :) and get him to rework the remaining patches as
> required for inclusion in 2.6.27.
Just to be clear, the docbook changes shouldn't wait for 2.6.27.
There's no need for that.
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