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SubjectRe: [PATCH 12/21] m68k: drop unused Kconfig symbols
Hi Paul,

On 17/10/11 17:52, Paul Bolle wrote:
> On Mon, 2011-10-17 at 10:50 +1000, Greg Ungerer wrote:
>> I have no problem with the changes. But it will clash with the
>> reworking of the Kconfig files currently sitting in linux-next
>> for merging in the 3.2 merge window.
> So should I put this on hold and see what's needed after those reworked
> Kconfig files are merged in mainline? Or would you prefer to have that
> done beforehand (ie, I'll try to redo this on top of current linux-next
> and get the redone patch in linux-next before the 3.2 merge)?

I won't be too difficult for you to redo your patch. If you can do it
on top of linux-next real soon I can push it into my m68knommu git
tree for-next branch. But it would need to be very soon :-)


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