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SubjectRe: OMAP clock fast-forward: an introduction to six series
* Russell King - ARM Linux <> [090129 08:35]:
> On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 08:25:58AM -0800, Tony Lindgren wrote:
> > To me it does not matter which way the stuff gets merged. We just need
> > to get it all merged.
> >
> > If you guys can't get it merged and sorted out then it will all fall
> > down on me. And then I have to use tools no smaller than a sledgehammer
> > to merge it all, so the outcome won't be pretty!
> Well, I've continued with my approach. 28 patches are currently merged
> onto a follow-on branch (scattered throughout the series but in order)
> and the result builds for my OMAP1, OMAP2 and OMAP3 test builds.

OK, only 32 more patches to go :)

> Patches which I've provided non-trivial comments on by and large haven't
> been merged. Once I've worked through the set, I'll provide a final list
> of those outstanding so nothing should be lost.
> I would appreciate someone _bouncing_ (not forwarding) the patches I'm
> missing to please. Those being D6, E2 and F2.

I'll bounce them to you.



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