[RFC 0/4] Cleanup PRM and CM regbit headers
paul at pwsan.com
Thu Jul 4 12:44:23 EDT 2013
On Thu, 4 Jul 2013, Rajendra Nayak wrote:
> Should I also drop these lines from the file headers since they are no
> longer same as the outputs from autogen files?
> * This file is automatically generated from the OMAP hardware databases.
> * We respectfully ask that any modifications to this file be coordinated
> * with the public linux-omap at vger.kernel.org mailing list and the
> * authors above to ensure that the autogeneration scripts are kept
> * up-to-date with the file contents.
Here's my view:
You mentioned that these patches were generated with some kind of awk/grep
scripting. Can you integrate that in an automated way into the
autogeneration flow? If the answer is yes, then keep the header. If the
answer is no, then the header should be dropped. Benoît, maybe you have
an opinion too?
As far as whether this should go in -rcX or not, my view is that, as a
matter of policy, large changes like this should wait until v3.12. Now,
having written that, I also was under the impression that the OMAP5
changes weren't going to be sent upstream unless the total diffstat would
be balanced to roughly zero or negative lines. As far as I know, that
didn't happen. So I guess, v3.11-rc it is... kernel development by
Finally, please repost the whole series once you're done with your
changes, as a non-RFC, along with your pull request (if you plan to send
one). I guess I should be the one to take these, since I wound up taking
the OMAP5 addition...
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