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SubjectRe: [PATCH] MFD maintainer

2008/6/19 ian <>:
> On Thu, 2008-06-19 at 15:12 +0400, Dmitry wrote:
>> > I'll tidy up the code and pop a branch on my git server for people to
>> > review, if thats what people want.
>> It's better to send patches to some ML.
> Well, the code I had is updated to match linus -git branch
> eseries_release7 if anyones curious. (no real changes since last time
> though)
>> > Dmitry - if you have any pending patches now is the time to send them on
>> > over ;-)
>> Actually the code I'm using has diverged a bit from the last code I've
>> sent before this merging pulse.
> All progress is good :)
>> As you have seen, I've tried to submit parts of the core and tmio-nand
>> driver as a start.
> Has any of that got merged yet? If so, I'll adapt my strategy to match
> that, otherwise I'll try to keep all the drivers in parallel.
>> Then I'd suggest to merge other tmio core bits (support for tc6387xb
>> and t7l66xb). The MMC, usb and fb cell drivers could benefit from
>> clocklib patches I'm trying to get in.
> I'd like to see those. I'll get MMC and USB updated ASAP.
> have you solved the clock-api-tied-to-platform-architecture problem ?

There were plenty of tries to merge clocklib. Check lkml archives.

>> I'll submit the updated version of mfd-core patch this evening,
> Looking forward to it.

you should have received it.

>> however some other bits will require more time from my side.
> Lets rock :-)

With best wishes

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