Current state of AM33xx patches

Sekhar Nori nsekhar at
Tue Jun 26 07:42:03 EDT 2012

Hi Daniel,

On 6/25/2012 11:47 PM, Daniel Mack wrote:
> On 21.06.2012 15:50, Daniel Mack wrote:
>> On 18.06.2012 10:15, Hiremath, Vaibhav wrote:
>>> On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 19:21:21, Jason Kridner wrote:
>>>> From: Daniel Mack <zonque at>
>>>>> Hey,
>>>>> can anybody give me a quick wrap-up about the current state of AM33xx
>>>>> based SoCs in mainline? What are the next steps to get things merged?
>>>> There is a wiki page [1] that is intended to provide a summary, but I'm
>>>> confident it is not up-to-date.  
>>> Page updated now...
>> Great, thanks. So if things get upstreamed, which is the repo/branch
>> they appear in? In other words: where is the code people should write
>> patches against? I couldn't find an answer to that yet.
> ping?

Bug fixes are always accepted against Linus's tree[1].

For features, typically there is a -next branch that each subsystem
maintainer has against which feature development happens. In case of
OMAP, feature development happens against master branch of linux-omap
tree[2]. One way to get to know the -next branches of all subsystem is
to look at Next/Trees file of linux-next tree[3].

Note that in case of ARM, sub-arch maintainers send the code to arm-soc
maintainers who in turn have a branch which gets merged to linux-next.

Hope that helps.



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