Re: "[-next] ARM: Fix build if CLKDEV_LOOKUP is not configured"

From: Thomas Gleixner
Date: Tue Jun 23 2015 - 11:49:52 EST

On Tue, 23 Jun 2015, Russell King - ARM Linux wrote:
> If you'd like me to apply a patch, it's no good discussing it in a
> place where I have no knowledge of, and then suggesting that I
> should apply it.
> Paul Gortmaker brought your patch to my attention, and said that it
> had been breaking MIPS for a week, and asked whether I had any
> knowledge of it. I did not.
> Given that the patch was created on 14th June, and it's now some 9
> days later, I have to ask what's going on here? Has someone else
> queued it up? Is someone intending to apply it during the merge
> window once the stuff which causes the breakage in my tree has
> landed? Are you still expecting me to somehow pick up a patch that
> I had no knowledge of, for a breakage that I had no knowledge of?
> Basically, what are you expecting to happen with this patch?

Pick it up please. I ignored it when Sudeep said, that it should go
through your tree, of course w/o cc'ing you.

Guenter did not cc you probably because he thought it's wreckage
originating from the clocksource tree.



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