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SubjectRe: [PATCHes] pull request: WAN
Krzysztof Halasa wrote:
> Jeff Garzik <> writes:
>> Anything in upstream-next went upstream, and so we need to apply this
>> on top of the current Linus upstream (torvalds/linux-2.6.git) at the
>> very least.
>> Would you mind doing that, please?
> No problem, though I guess David would hate us both if I do that,
> so I actually rebased on top of your "upstream" instead, is it ok?
> It's now at:
> git:// for-jeff
>> Also, git pulls are great, but it would be helpful if you supply a
>> git-shortlog summary of the changes, and the patch (>400k will only go
>> to me, list will ignore).
> Sure,
> Krzysztof Hałasa (15):
> WAN: cosmetic changes to generic HDLC
> Remove bogus dosyncppp variable from synclink drivers.
> Remove bogus variables from syncppp.[ch]
> Remove dead code from wanmain.c, CONFIG_WANPIPE_MULTPPP doesn't exist
> wanmain.c doesn't need syncppp.h
> WAN: Remove unneeded "#include <net/syncppp.h>"
> WAN: Remove dead code from PC300 driver, part #1
> WAN: Remove dead code from PC300 driver, part #2
> WAN: Convert PC300 driver to use normal u8/u16/u32 types
> WAN: farsync driver no longer uses syncppp.c directly
> WAN: Port COSA driver to generic HDLC.
> WAN: Convert Zilog-based drivers to generic HDLC
> WAN: Port LMC driver to generic HDLC
> WAN: don't mention syncppp in z8530 DocBook.
> WAN: Use u32 type instead of u_int32_t in LMC driver.


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