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trini at kernel.crashing.org
Thu Mar 25 09:25:12 EST 2004
On Wed, Mar 24, 2004 at 09:07:28AM +0100, Jaap-Jan Boor wrote:
> On Mar 23, 2004, at 19:24, Dan Malek wrote:
> >Jaap-Jan Boor wrote:
> >>from what 'official ppc' tree do patches eventually get into the
> >>official linux kernel tree(s) at kernel.org?
> >>only linuxppc-2.4? Or all?
> >It seems to be a circuitous route that I don't even understand
> >anymore. Sometime stuff I check in gets there, sometimes not. :-)
> and you have never found out the conditions when something
> get's in (only when submitted at friday the 13th or something?)
Um, yeah. I'm hoping 2.6 will be different from 2.4 in that regard. :)
> >http://penguinppc.org/dev/kernel.shtml tries to explain it.
> this states you should build/submit patches against kernel.org's
> trees, which is quite different from linuxppc-2., which is probably
> Tom Rini's checkout of kernel.org's tree with all ppc patches.
> Or is it?
linuxppc-2. are children of the linux-2. trees, and contain
stuff that's not quite ready to go out, _but_will_be_soon_ or has been
put in a tree for Linus/Marcelo, but they haven't pulled yet.
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