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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/28 v6] m68k: Convert to genirq
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    On Sun, Sep 11, 2011 at 13:59, Geert Uytterhoeven <geert@linux-m68k.org> wrote:
    > This patch series converts the m68k/mmu (nommu was converted before)
    > architecture to the generic hardirq framework.
    >
    >  - [01/28] genirq: Add missing "else" in irq_shutdown()
    >  - [02/28] ide-{cd,floppy,tape}: Do not include <linux/irq.>
    >  - [03/28] keyboard: Do not include <linux/irq.>
    >  - [04/28] m68k/irq: Rename irq_controller to irq_chip
    >  - [05/28] m68k/irq: Kill irq_node_t typedef, always use struct irq_node
    >  - [06/28] m68k/irq: Rename irq_node to irq_data
    >  - [07/28] m68k/irq: Switch irq_chip methods to "struct irq_data *data"
    >  - [08/28] m68k/irq: Rename setup_irq() to m68k_setup_irq() and make it static
    >  - [09/28] m68k/irq: Extract irq_set_chip()
    >  - [10/28] m68k/irq: Add m68k_setup_irq_controller()
    >  - [11/28] m68k/irq: Rename {,__}m68k_handle_int()
    >  - [12/28] m68k/irq: Remove obsolete IRQ_FLG_* definitions and users
    >  - [13/28] m68k/irq: Add genirq support
    >  - [14/28] m68k/atari: Convert Atari to genirq
    >  - [15/28] m68k/atari: Remove code and comments about different irq types
    >  - [16/28] m68k/amiga: Refactor amiints.c
    >  - [17/28] m68k/amiga: Convert Amiga to genirq
    >  - [18/28] m68k/amiga: Optimize interrupts using chain handlers
    >  - [19/28] m68k/mac: Convert Mac to genirq
    >  - [20/28] m68k/mac: Optimize interrupts using chain handlers
    >  - [21/28] m68k/hp300: Convert HP9000/300 and HP9000/400 to genirq
    >  - [22/28] m68k/vme: Convert VME to genirq
    >  - [23/28] m68k/apollo: Convert Apollo to genirq
    >  - [24/28] m68k/sun3: Use the kstat_irqs_cpu() wrapper
    >  - [25/28] m68k/sun3: Convert Sun3/3x to genirq
    >  - [26/28] m68k/q40: Convert Q40/Q60 to genirq
    >  - [27/28] m68k/irq: Remove obsolete m68k irq framework
    >  - [28/28] m68k/irq: Remove obsolete support for user vector interrupt fixups
    >
    > Overview:
    >  - [01] is a fix for the core genirq code,

    This went into v3.1-rc6.

    >  - [02-03] are fixes to avoid compile problems later in the conversion
    >    process,

    The keyboard path went into the tty -next tree.
    The IDE one is still pending (I've just resent it).

    >  - [04-12] refactor the current m68k irq framework to match the generic
    >    hardirq framework more closely w.r.t. to its (platform) users,
    >  - [13] adds generic hardirq support to the core, which can be enabled through
    >    a config option, so both legacy and generic hardirq can coexist at the
    >    source level during the migration,
    >  - [14-26] convert the individual platforms to use generic hardirqs,
    >  - [27] removes support for the legacy m68k irq framework,
    >  - [28] removes a now unused feature.
    >
    > The code has received some testing on Amiga, Atari (mainly ARAnyM), and Mac.
    > There are some known issues with drivers, which Finn and Michael are looking
    > into.

    Any fixes I still have to apply?

    > I will update my m68k-genirq branch as soon as master.kernel.org is available
    > again.

    Updated, on top of m68k master (which is at v3.1-rc10 now).
    http://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/geert/linux-m68k.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/m68k-genirq

    If noone objects, I'd like to add this to the m68k master and for-3.2 branches.

    Gr{oetje,eeting}s,

                            Geert

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