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    SubjectRe: merge of m68knommu and m68k arch branches?
    On Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 03:05, Greg Ungerer <> wrote:
    > On 22/02/11 07:18, Thomas Gleixner wrote:
    >> On Fri, 18 Feb 2011, Greg Ungerer wrote:
    >>> Inside of the new arch/m68k is a little messy in the kernel and mm
    >>> directories. There is plenty of scope for cleanup and merge on the
    >>> files in here - but I want to leave that for follow up patches after
    >>> this initial directory merge. As a data point, when we merged the
    >>> m68k and m68knommu include files we had something like 70 or 80
    >>> duplicate but separate files, after some cleanups that is now down to
    >>> 10. Ongoing cleanup will merge some of these remaining ones as well.
    >>> Thoughts?
    >> Hmm, how are you going to deal with the fact, that m68knommu uses
    >> genirq, m68k not? I guess there are some more points like this
    >> (clockevents, clocksource ...)
    > Initially it has no impact. This first step pretty much just
    > combines the 2 directories, it doesn't attempt to do a fine
    > grained merge of each file. (It does factor out identical
    > files - quite a few in arch/m68k/lib for example).
    >> Is there a plan to move m68k to the generic facilities as well ?

    Moving m68k to genirq is (the next thing?) on my list...



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