[PATCH 00/38] MMC updates, plus CuBox-i WiFi support
ulf.hansson at linaro.org
Thu Apr 24 21:13:05 EST 2014
On 24 April 2014 12:57, Russell King - ARM Linux <linux at arm.linux.org.uk> wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 24, 2014 at 12:52:11PM +0200, Ulf Hansson wrote:
>> On 24 April 2014 12:17, Russell King - ARM Linux <linux at arm.linux.org.uk> wrote:
>> > On Thu, Apr 24, 2014 at 10:25:42AM +0200, Ulf Hansson wrote:
>> >> I have looked though the patches up until patch 33 and this is clearly
>> >> a nice piece of clean-up /fixes work for sdhci. Besides my minor
>> >> comments per patch, I don't have any objections code-review wise to
>> >> proceed merging them.
>> >> I have also tried to applied them on Chris' mmc-next branch,
>> >> unfortunate it fails at patch 23, so it would be nice to get a
>> >> re-based patchset for the mmc-next branch.
>> > I /could/ rebase it but then I wouldn't be able to produce the patch
>> > sets/patches for others [*] (such as the Novena project) to derive
>> > their kernel tree from my iMX6 patch set.
>> > What I'd prefer is to keep the patch set intact, and provide Chris
>> > with a pull request for it up to patch 33, which would need a
>> > conflict fixed - and this would mean that I can be sure that what
>> > I'm testing, and what I'm distributing is what Chris will also be
>> > submitting.
>> Whether there are more than one conflict, I don't know. I just stopped
>> at patch 23.
>> Moreover, there are other patches for sdhci that have been posted and
>> being discussed. In principle, we then need to put all these on hold
>> to prevent further conflicts. I guess that doable, as long as we don't
>> to that for too long. Maybe Chris have some more thoughts how to
>> handle this!?
> This is nothing new or unexpected - it was last posted back in February,
> and I elected that it should be held off until after the last merge
> Unfortunately, I didn't have time to post it immediately after the merge
> window closed, partly because it needed to be rebased on top of tglx's
> IRQ changes on which it depends. I was carrying those as separate commits
> to the ones Thomas was carrying in his tree - and in the event, Thomas had
> modified his patches slightly between sending me copies of them and the
> versions he sent during the merge window.
Okay, so let's keep up the frequency here then. I only had some minor
comments, please fix them and send a v2.
How about if I resolve the conflicts and send the pull request to
Chris? I suppose it makes life a bit easier for Chris.
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