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SubjectRe: tip: bzip2/lzma now in tip:x86/setup-lzma
On Sun, Jan 04, 2009 at 03:58:23PM -0800, H. Peter Anvin wrote:
> I have pulled the x86 parts of the bzip2/lzma patchset into
> tip:x86/setup-lzma. I would appreciate it if you could look at it and
> make sure it looks sane. I have not added the ARM portions (patch 4),
> since those should go via the ARM tree, nor the capstone patch 5, which
> can only be added after the old code is removed from *all* remaining
> architectures.
> Ingo: this *will* break your randconfig testing if you have machines
> where the lzma(1) utility isn't installed!
> The shortlog looks like:
> Alain Knaff (3):
> bzip2/lzma: library support for gzip, bzip2 and lzma decompression
> bzip2/lzma: config and initramfs support for bzip2/lzma decompression
> bzip2/lzma: x86 kernel compression support
> H. Peter Anvin (3):
> bzip2/lzma: use a table to search for initramfs compression formats
> bzip2/lzma: handle failures from bzip2 and lzma correctly
> bzip2/lzma: make config machinery an arch configurable

Can you post this last patch.


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