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SubjectRe: [PATCH] arch/tile: new multi-core architecture for Linux
On 5/20/2010 9:52 PM, Barry Song wrote:
> On 5/20/2010 1:04 AM, Barry Song wrote:
>>> Your patch is not compilable, and the subject doesn't match well with
>>> the content. I think you need re-organize patches.
>>>
> Where does the blade_pci symbol come from? "No matches found" by a
> grep. Is it exported in your local codes?
> Why not just use #if CONFIG_TILE to cover your quirk_tile_blade. And
> where is CONFIG_TILE?
>

Oh, I see; I thought you were referring to the other bit of quoted
patch. Yes, this should be guarded by #ifdef TILE_CONFIG - thanks!

> I guess all will be explained by your arch codes, but this patch
> depends on your arch codes, so it shouldn't be here by itself.
>

The arch code is all at

http://www.tilera.com/scm/linux-2.6.34-arch-tile.tar.bz2

I have been reluctant to send it to LKML as an email patch, since it's
270 files, 87 KLoC, about 2.5 MB. I could break it down into multiple
patches (arch/tile/kernel/, arch/tile/mm, arch/tile/lib, etc.).

I solicit opinions from the community as to what is the best approach :-)

Meanwhile I'll resend the original platform-independent changes (the
MAINTAINER stanza, one line in the PIC Makefile, and the quirk change)
as updated git-am patches.

--
Chris Metcalf, Tilera Corp.
http://www.tilera.com




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