Which kernel tree for future 8xx development?

Wolfgang Denk wd at denx.de
Fri Feb 18 04:48:34 EST 2005

In message <200502171650.53799.david.jander at protonic.nl> you wrote:
> Now I am observing myself doing apparently absurd things as for example taking 
> arch/ppc/8260_io/cpm_spi.c from DENX and putting it into arch/ppc/8xx_io/ 
> from bitkeeper and hacking until it works (again). It still doesn't. Where on 
> earth is the original driver (which was for MPC860, not MPC8260)!??

That's probably arch/ppc/8xx_io/cpm_spi.c from our old linux-2.4
kernelk tree.

> Before we port all of our stuff once again from one tree to another, can 
> someone please give me a good advice on which way to go now and in forseeable 
> future? 

I cannot answer this question - maybe once there  is  a  clear  split
between  stable  and  development  kernel  trees again. At the moment
there is only chaos.

Best regards,

Wolfgang Denk

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