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    SubjectRE: [PATCHv18 0/11] Contiguous Memory Allocator
    Hello,

    To help everyone in testing and adapting our patches for his hardware
    platform I've rebased our patches onto the latest v3.2 Linux kernel and
    prepared a few GIT branches in our public repository. These branches
    contain our memory management related patches posted in the following
    threads:

    "[PATCHv18 0/11] Contiguous Memory Allocator":
    http://www.spinics.net/lists/linux-mm/msg28125.html
    later called CMAv18,

    "[PATCH 00/14] DMA-mapping framework redesign preparation":
    http://www.spinics.net/lists/linux-sh/msg09777.html
    and
    "[PATCH 0/8 v4] ARM: DMA-mapping framework redesign":
    http://www.spinics.net/lists/arm-kernel/msg151147.html
    with the following update:
    http://www.spinics.net/lists/arm-kernel/msg154889.html
    later called DMAv5.

    These branches are available in our public GIT repository:

    git://git.infradead.org/users/kmpark/linux-samsung
    http://git.infradead.org/users/kmpark/linux-samsung/

    The following branches are available:

    1) 3.2-cma-v18
    Vanilla Linux v3.2 with fixed CMA v18 patches (first patch replaced
    with the one from v17 to fix SMP issues, see the respective thread).

    2) 3.2-dma-v5
    Vanilla Linux v3.2 + iommu/next (IOMMU maintainer's patches) branch
    with DMA-preparation and DMA-mapping framework redesign patches.

    3) 3.2-cma-v18-dma-v5
    Previous two branches merged together (DMA-mapping on top of CMA)

    4) 3.2-cma-v18-dma-v5-exynos
    Previous branch rebased on top of iommu/next + kgene/for-next (Samsung
    SoC platform maintainer's patches) with new Exynos4 IOMMU driver by
    KyongHo Cho and relevant glue code.

    5) 3.2-dma-v5-exynos
    Branch from point 2 rebased on top of iommu/next + kgene/for-next
    (Samsung SoC maintainer's patches) with new Exynos4 IOMMU driver by
    KyongHo Cho and relevant glue code.

    I hope everyone will find a branch that suits his needs. :)

    Best regards
    --
    Marek Szyprowski
    Samsung Poland R&D Center





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