[git pull] Consolidate cpuidle functionality
sfr at canb.auug.org.au
Fri Mar 9 01:40:17 EST 2012
On Thu, 8 Mar 2012 19:58:23 -0600 Rob Lee <rob.lee at linaro.org> wrote:
> git://git.linaro.org/people/rob_lee/linux.git cpuidle_consol_pull
> These changes move various functionality duplicated in platform
> cpuidle drivers to the core cpuidle driver and common arch arm code. Also,
> the irq disabling in the platform code was removed as all calls into
> cpuidle_call_idle() will have already called local_irq_disable().
> This patchset is bisect safe. Also, the core cpuidle and arch changes of the
> first commit do not require any changes to the arch and platform cpuidle
> drivers, though those arch and platform change should be made to take
> advantage of the new consolidation function.
> Stephen, this patch has been reviewed, tested, and ACK'd per the list above but
> cpuidle maintainer Len Brown has been out on vacation for a couple of weeks so
> I am sending you this pull request as time is running out to get this into
> v3.4. I've had a brief communication with Andrew Morton about
> this as well so he is aware of this situation. I am fairly new to the
> community so please let me know if you see anything that needs my attention or
> anything I should be doing differently.
I will add this tree from today. Lets see if anyone screams.
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