[GIT PULL 1/4] Samsung clock Exynos5260 support for v3.16
mturquette at linaro.org
Wed May 14 15:07:44 PDT 2014
Quoting Tomasz Figa (2014-05-14 13:20:14)
> Hi Mike,
> On 14.05.2014 22:13, Mike Turquette wrote:
> > Quoting Kukjin Kim (2014-05-14 12:59:22)
> >> On 05/15/14 03:03, Tomasz Figa wrote:
> >> Hi Mike,
> >> I've talked to Tomasz about current samsung related clock stuff. Since
> >> they are mostly having dependency on samsung tree now not clock core
> >> stuff, so would be better if it could be sent to upstream via samsung
> >> tree. And as you know, updating arch/arm/ and clock stuff are usually
> >> required for adding new SoC or supporting CCF newly...
> > The Samsung clk pull requests only touch two arch/arm Kconfig files and
> > one dtsi file. That's not a lot of arch/arm churn. Is there a strong
> > reason that this needs to go through the samsung/arm-soc trees?
> > Otherwise it should continue to go through the clk tree.
> Obviously they are patches for Samsung clock drivers. ;)
> The issue here is that there is a number of patches already merged in
> Samsung tree on which the patches discussed here depend.
OK, I think I misread the original email. I thought you were asking for
future pull requests to go through the samsung tree, but you only mean
the ones in this thread. No problem there.
Acked-by: Mike Turquette <mturquette at linaro.org>
> >> How do you think? Basically I need your agreement for it.
> > Based on the above pull requests I do not see the need for changing how
> > code gets merged.
> As long as there are no dependencies on arch code and series being
> applied do not touch arch code, this is perfectly fine. Unfortunately
> this is rarely the case, at least for Samsung platforms and at least for
> now. After we finish with arch clean-up and move all code to appropriate
> subsystems, it should become easier, though.
> Best regards,
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