[GIT PULL] ARM: mvebu: SoC changes for v3.17 (round 4)
jason at lakedaemon.net
Sat Jul 26 07:37:30 PDT 2014
On Sat, Jul 26, 2014 at 11:46:46AM +0200, Arnd Bergmann wrote:
> On Friday 25 July 2014 08:49:26 Jason Cooper wrote:
> > Here's the (late) last round of changes for mvebu. Daniel and Thomas
> > did a great job reviewing and resubmitting the cpuidle series, so that
> > is the primary content of this pull request. There are also a few small
> > changes and Thomas added the URLs for publicly released datasheets for
> > the Armada XP SoCs!
> > Note that the cpuidle series depends on some fixes in mvebu/fixes,
> > therefore, mvebu/soc now depends on mvebu/fixes. No matter how I did a
> > temporary merge branch, the commit list is correct (no commits from
> > mvebu/fixes), however, the diffstat includes the changes from
> > mvebu/fixes (the dts changes give it away).
> I suspect this is the 'backmerge' problem: You pulled the fixes branch
> into the soc-cpuidle branch, so git now sees the fixes as part of your
> branch. IIRC you can avoid this if you do the merge the other way round
> and start a new branch on top of fixes and then pull the soc-cpuidle
> branch into that. That in turn will give you an odd-looking commit
> message though, so you can't do it right until someone adds support into
> git-merge to handle it better.
I would be happy if git diff had some sort of --without option so I
$ git diff --stat --without mvebu/fixes tags/mvebu-soc-3.17-3..tags/mvebu-soc-3.17-4
Since git log seems to figure it out ok with the temporary merge branch.
> > To remedy this, I've included the diffstat of v3.16-rc1..mvebu/fixes at
> > the bottom so that you can compare. Everything in /fixes has already
> > been pulled.
> > Based on tags/mvebu-soc-3.17-3, please pull.
> Pulled into next/soc, thanks!
Thanks for taking this so late in the cycle, we appreciate it!
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