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    SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 00/15] clean up page aligned data and bss sections
    On Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 03:48:24PM -0400, Tim Abbott wrote:
    > On Tue, 28 Apr 2009, Tim Abbott wrote:
    > > Here's a new version of the page-aligned section cleanup patch
    > > series. Changes since last version include:
    > Sam,
    > I am close to having prepared another 4 patch series of similar size to
    > this one for .data.nosave, .data.cacheline_aligned, .data.init_task, and
    > .data.read_mostly. Along with this page-aligned series and the things
    > that have already been merged, I think these are all of the major
    > cross-architecture patchsets needed for -ffunction-sections (there will
    > remain a good number of section names that only appear on one or two
    > architectures).
    > It seems with this set of patches that we're going to bother all the arch
    > maintainers several times if we handle these all completely independently
    > (especially since each patch series has patches that depend on patches
    > from the previous one). So, I was thinking perhaps we should proceed as
    > follows:
    > (1) I send a patch series that does the architecture-independent macro
    > additions as well as the changes for one architecture (say, x86) to use
    > those macros so that they can be reviewed along with the actual usage.
    > (2) We get those reviewed and merge at least the architecture-independent
    > patches
    > (3) I can send one patch series for each architecture that is just using
    > the macros that have already been merged; then the patch series are nicely
    > decoupled and each arch maintainer only has to ack a single set of changes
    > to their architecture.

    Yes - lets get the support stuff applied first and work out from there.
    I plan to apply your patches to kbuild-next during the weekend so
    we have them in a tree that hits -next.


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