Re: [PATCH V5 4/5] drivers/amba: add support for a PCI bridge
From: Russell King - ARM Linux
Date: Wed Feb 20 2013 - 18:36:03 EST
On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 02:50:17PM -0800, H. Peter Anvin wrote:
> On 02/20/2013 02:45 PM, Alessandro Rubini wrote:
> > [meanwhile I posted V6 with the acked-by of linusw and others, that
> > were missing in V5]
> > rmk:
> >>> I'm happy to take it through my tree if everyone is now happy with this.
> > hpa:
> >> I am okay with that, although I would like to make sure we do a bunch of
> >> x86 randconfigs on it before pushing it to Linus.
> > I did like this:
> > - disable STA2X11 (and thus AMBA) and build
> > - enable STA2X11, answer y to all new questions and build
> > So there's nothing left (you'll have two unrelated warnings, that I'm
> > working on and I'll post a fix tomorrow). Sure, Peter, first time I
> > didn't do that test and missed some of the drivers.
> I was just concerned that rmk wouldn't necessarily do those tests as a
> matter of process.
> So Russell -- how do you want to handle this? Should I take them (and
> ask Ingo to put them through his test machinery) or do you want to (and
> run x86 randconfigs as part of your testing)?
Well, I'm happy to take the non-x86 bits if that's what others want (for
the _next_ merge window, not this one.) That _should_ result in x86 not
seeing this stuff until it gets the ARM_AMBA definition enabled, and
giving it a full cycle of testing.
However, if we want to keep the patch set together and route it via
another tree, I'm also fine with that too.
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