[PATCH v7 5/5] PCI: ACPI: Add a generic ACPI based host controller
Jayachandran Chandrashekaran Nair
jayachandran.chandrashekaran at broadcom.com
Sat Feb 6 01:58:26 PST 2016
On Sat, Feb 6, 2016 at 4:56 AM, Rafael J. Wysocki <rjw at rjwysocki.net> wrote:
> On Friday, February 05, 2016 09:47:40 AM Lorenzo Pieralisi wrote:
>> On Fri, Feb 05, 2016 at 02:05:37PM +0530, Jayachandran Chandrashekaran Nair wrote:
>> > pci_host_acpi.c is a generic implementation of these using a sysdata
>> > pointing to acpi_pci_root_info, and using a pointer to the pci_mmcfg_region
>> > to access ECAM area, Maybe I can rename this file to
>> > pci_acpi_host_generic.c to reflect this better.
>> Maybe you should stop sending this series and work with Tomasz to
>> get this done, you are confusing everyone and I am really really
>> annoyed about this.
>> Do you realize there is no point in having two patch series doing
>> the same thing and wasting everyone's review time ?
>> Do you realize he started this work long before you and went through
>> several rounds of review already (I told you before but in case you
>> forgot) ?
>> Tomasz posted a version yesterday, integrating comments following months
>> of review and testing and I think it is ready to get upstream:
>> Did you even consider reviewing his code or helping him instead of
>> churning out more patches doing the *SAME* thing ?
>> Do you want all of us to go through your code and re-fix what has
>> already been fixed in Tomasz's series with the end result of missing
>> yet another merge window ?
>> This is really annoying, stop it please, really.
> OK, so to be crystal clear here.
> I'm going to ignore the series the $subject patch belongs to going forward.
It looks like you can already reviewed Tomasz's patchset and as Lorenzo
says thinks that it can be merged.
When I first posted the patchset the state of arm64 ACPI/PCI was not that
clear - and I thought an alternative will help. Ideally I would expect
maintainers to look at technical merit, but in this case any working solution
merged will be great news.
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