[PATCH 1/2] ARM: tegra: enable I2C Mux driver for PCA9546 in defconfig
swarren at wwwdotorg.org
Wed Feb 12 17:35:37 EST 2014
On 02/12/2014 02:55 PM, Bryan Wu wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 12:17 PM, Stephen Warren <swarren at wwwdotorg.org> wrote:
>> On 02/12/2014 01:09 PM, Bryan Wu wrote:
>>> On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 11:08 AM, Stephen Warren <swarren at wwwdotorg.org> wrote:
>>>> On 02/07/2014 04:54 PM, Bryan Wu wrote:
>>>>> PCA9546 is used in Cardhu Tegra30 board to connect to 3 cameras.
>>>>> Enabling this driver for Tegra V4L2 soc camera driver and camera
>>>>> sensor drivers.
>>>> Note that your patches were sent with an email "From" address that
>>>> didn't match your signed-off-by tag, yet "git send-email" didn't insert
>>>> a "From" header in the email body. Can you please check your git user ID
>>>> and/or email settings. Consequently, I had to adjust the git author
>>>> field in git to match your s-o-b line.
>> Why not just put the correct values in ~/.gitconfig?
>> Perhaps this is because you switch between NVIDIA and non-NVIDIA email
>> addresses and/or mail servers, so you can't make ~/.gitconfig static and
>> universally correct? If you have a recent enough git, what I do is:
> Awesome, I will firstly update my .gitconfig. Actually I basically
> just have one outbound server which is gmail server. Although I put
> From: @nvidia.com, I still use gmail server to send out patch emails.
> Still don't wanna touch our internal email server.
You shouldn't send email with a from address @nvidia.com from a server
other than NVIDIA's servers. If you do, plenty of people will drop the
email as SPAM, since NVIDIA publishes SPF records (and perhaps other
email configuration) for nvidia.com. Since there are good reasons not to
use NVIDIA's email servers, that means: tell git the actual email
address you're sending from (for the email settings; you should set the
author/commit ID to your @nvidia.com address still).
$ dig -t spf nvidia.com
nvidia.com. 180 IN SPF \
"v=spf1 mx/24 mx:nvidia.com/24 -all"
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