[PATCH 0/9] sh_eth: make driver build on any platform

Sergei Shtylyov sergei.shtylyov at cogentembedded.com
Sat Jun 8 09:11:18 EDT 2013


On 08-06-2013 10:39, David Miller wrote:

>>>>      This series of 9 patches are against Dave's 'net-next.git' repository.
>>>>      The series deals with the #ifdef'fery around SoC support code/data in
>>>>      the
>>>> 'sh_eth' driver. It doesn't yet get rid of all the #ifdef's: 3 are
>>>> left, 1 of
>>>> them still hinders ARM multiplatform build -- I'll try to deal with it
>>>> next
>>>> week.

>>>> [1/9] sh_eth: create initial ID table
>>>> [2/9] sh_eth: get SH771x support out of #ifdef
>>>> [3/9] sh_eth: get SH7619 support out of #ifdef
>>>> [4/9] sh_eth: get R8A7740 support out of #ifdef
>>>> [5/9] sh_eth: get SH77{34|63} support out of #ifdef
>>>> [6/9] sh_eth: get SH7757 support out of #ifdef
>>>> [7/9] sh_eth: get SH7724 support out of #ifdef
>>>> [8/9] sh_eth: get R8A777x support out of #ifdef
>>>> [9/9] sh_eth: remove dependencies from Kconfig

>>>     Sorry, Paul, forgot to include you into the CC list on most of the
>>>     patches
>>> and the cover letter. Please look for the patches on linux-sh and ACK
>>> them
>>> if you deem necessary.

>>     Also, forgot to CC Simon, Magnus, Russell and LAKML on some patches.
>> Too much haste, forgot to run scripts/get_maintainer.pl before sending
>> out patches...

> I'll apply this solely because it finally allows me to build test this
> driver on x86-64.

    Hold on please. It just occured to me that the series won't be 
bisectable on anything but R-Car CPUs (I checked it only on R8A7779) 
since I forgot that 'sh_eth_my_cpu_data' variable should be always 
available in any configuuration until the last patch (so the patch #1 is 
somewhat incomplete). I'll respin the series today and resend.

WBR, Sergei

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