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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/6] staging: android: binder: Remove some funny && usage
On Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 3:49 PM, Daniel Walker<> wrote:
>> For example the msm7k SoC code may need some various cleanup, but I
>> think at the end of the day adding support for a new ARM based SoC and
>> peripherals is not going to be that contentious.  The
>> wakelock/suspendblock stuff is a bit further out there, but there
>> seemed to be some good progress on getting it reviewed and revised on
>> the linux-pm list, last I saw.
> Do you have a msm branch someplace that is strictly msm support with
> absolutely no generic changes mixed in?

Unfortunately, no. However, the generic changes tend to be
self-contained (binder, logger, etc) and not necessary for core msm7k
support. The one set of changes that does touch both generic and
platform code is the wakelock/suspendblock stuff, which some of the
drivers make use of, but that's usually not very invasive.;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/android-msm-2.6.29
is the most up to date msm7k tree.

We'll be rebasing on a newer kernel baseline in the near future (.29
is obviously not the cutting edge, but is what's being supported for
the upcoming donut release of the android platform).

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