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SubjectRE: Staging: dt3155: Cleanup memory mapped i/o access
On Monday, May 03, 2010 3:45 PM, H Hartley Sweeten wrote:
>>> Could the next tree be out of sync with your tree?
>> Hm, some other tree might be doing something in those files. But the
>> fact that the drivers/staging/dt3155/dt3155_io.h was so wrong it thought
>> it was a revert, makes me suspect that you did it against something
>> else.
>> If you make this against my staging-next tree at
>> git://
>> Using the staging-next branch, does that make the patch different?
> Ok. Pulled your staging-next (thanks Joe).
> It's way different from linux-next and matches Linus' tree exactly. It's
> missing all of your "Drop the "_s"..." and "The typedef is not needed."
> patches.
> Of course I could be on the wrong branch for your staging-next tree. The
> only branches listed are:
> $ git branch -a
> * master
> remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master
> remotes/origin/master

It appears these are the patches missing in your staging-next tree that do
exist in the linux-next tree:

Staging: dt3155: remove "inline" usage
Staging: dt3155: rename dt3155_fbuffer_s
Staging: dt3155: rename dt3155_config_s
Staging: dt3155: rename dt3155_read_t
Staging: dt3155: rename dt3155_status_t
Staging: dt3155: remove frame_info_t
Staging: dt3155: remove TRUE/FALSE
Staging: dt3155: remove #ifdef
Staging: dt3155: allocator.c: sparse cleanups
Staging: dt3155: fix parentheses and bracket spacing style issues
Staging: dt3155: fix coding style issue in dt3155_isr.c
Staging: dt3155: fix wait_ibsyclr function
Staging: remove unused #include <linux/version.h>

The first one that exists in both is:

Staging: dt3155: fix 50Hz configuration

Could the others be in a staging-stable branch?


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