[PATCH v4] irqchip: gic: Allow gic_arch_extn hooks to call into scheduler
jason at lakedaemon.net
Sun Aug 17 18:25:12 PDT 2014
On Sun, Aug 17, 2014 at 08:04:45PM -0400, Nicolas Pitre wrote:
> On Sun, 17 Aug 2014, Jason Cooper wrote:
> > On Sun, Aug 17, 2014 at 07:55:23PM +0100, Russell King - ARM Linux wrote:
> > > On Sun, Aug 17, 2014 at 01:32:36PM -0400, Jason Cooper wrote:
> > > > Applied to irqchip/urgent with Nico's Ack.
> > >
> > > Interesting, so I'm discussing this patch, and it gets applied anyway...
> > > yes, that's great.
> > Quoting Nico:
> > "Of course it would be good to clarify things wrt Russell's remark
> > independently from this patch."
> > I took 'independently' to mean "This patch is ok, *and* we need to
> > address Russell's concerns in a follow-up patch."
> > Nico's Reviewed-by with that comment was sent August 13th. The most
> > recent activity on this thread was also August 13th. After four days, I
> > reasoned there were no objections to his comment.
> Well... I mentioned this patch is a nice cleanup independently of the
> reason why it was created in the first place.
Ah, fair enough.
> Maybe that shouldn't be sorted as "urgent" in that case, especially
> when the code having problem with the current state of things is
> living out of mainline.
hmmm, yes. I've been grappling with the semantics of '/urgent' vice
'/fixes'. With mvebu, /fixes is the branch for all changes needing to go
into the current -rcX cycle. For irqchip, Thomas suggested /urgent for
the equivalent branch. To me, they serve the same purpose.
Unfortunately, I occasionally hear "Well, it's not _urgent_ ...". I
suppose I'll put up with it for one more cycle and then change it to
wrt this patch, I need to drop it anyway. I was a bit rusty (it's been
a few weeks) and forgot to add the Cc -stable and Fixes: tags. I do
agree, though, it's certainly not urgent.
As Russell has raised more issues with this patch as well, I'll hold off
on re-applying until I see a new version. Hopefully it'll meet with
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