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SubjectRE: Staging: dt3155: Cleanup memory mapped i/o access
On Tuesday, May 04, 2010 1:12 PM, Greg KH wrote:
>>> I needed to add a git checkout origin/staging-next
>> That tree is still missing a couple commits that are in Linus' tree:
>> commit 6536560cabab170ed2969b005bf69a496e9c45bf
>> Staging: dt3155: fix 50Hz configuration
>> commit 74a920139a0f1119c5a604cef0ce5d6f591dc782
>> staging: fix dt3155 build
> Yes, if you look, the staging-next branch starts on Linus's tree as of
> April 8 (just after 2.6.34-rc3). I don't merge back to Linus's tree a
> bunch, because that is not how it should be done. When I am going to
> push these to Linus, then I will merge and handle any fixups if needed.


>> Which would probably explain the conflict that occurs in linux-next for
>> dt3155_drv.c.
> Yes. And how easy it is to fix up :)


>> commit 9e1bd9a6f8c6ad8b461294a365c49b19212178d9
>> Merge: 5382319 e595eea
>> Author: Stephen Rothwell <>
>> Date: Tue May 4 15:42:20 2010 +1000
>> Merge remote branch 'staging-next/staging-next'
>> Conflicts:
>> drivers/staging/arlan/arlan-main.c
>> drivers/staging/comedi/drivers/cb_das16_cs.c
>> drivers/staging/cx25821/cx25821-alsa.c
>> drivers/staging/dt3155/dt3155_drv.c
>> drivers/staging/netwave/netwave_cs.c
> That doesn't explain how you aren't seeing the correct stuff to base
> your patches off of though.

I may be seeing the correct stuff now in your staging-next tree just not
in linux-next due to the two commits above.

> Are you _sure_ you have the 'staging-next' branch of the tree checked
> out?

Am I _sure_... No... Do I _think_ so... Yes... ;-)

Would you like me to rebase the patch to staging-next to see?

But, will this run into a similar problem with the two commits already in
Linus' tree? If so I can just hold off again until everything catches up.


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