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SubjectRe: [PATCH v4 6/7] arm/dt: Basic tegra devicetree support

On 24-02-2011 0:36, Grant Likely wrote:

>>> This patch adds adds very basic support for booting tegra with a
>>> device tree. It simply allows the existing machine_descs to match
>>> against the tegra compatible values so that the kernel can boot.
>>> Kernel parameters and the initrd pointer is read out of the tree
>>> instead of atags.

>>> This is not complete device tree support. This change will be
>>> reverted when a new machine_desc is added that can populate the
>>> device registrations directly from data in the tree instead of using
>>> hard coded data. That change will be made in a future patch.

>>> v2: Fixed cut-and-paste error in commit text

>> Shouldn't this sentence follow the --- tearline?

> Nope! It is actually quite useful for the version information to show
> up in the commit text. That way you know *exactly* which version got
> merged. dwmw2 pointed that out to me a few months back.

Well, I think that depends on the patch. If you have say 9 revisions with
significant changes (that's what I actually had) and the revision history far
exceeds the original patch description, then this will just become too ugly I

WBR, Sergei

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