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SubjectRe: [PATCH v3 00/11] firewire-sbp-target: FireWire SBP-2 SCSI target
On 14/04/2012 02:23, Nicholas A. Bellinger wrote:
>>> This looks to me like a reasonable candidate for a v3.5 mainline merge,
>>> so we need to go ahead and get this into target-pending.. Also, thanks
>>> for getting Stefan's ACK's here on the drivers/firmware/ specific
>>> changes..
>>> So for new fabric drivers (as discused with Sebastian and usb-gadget
>>> recently) that the target team has been enforcing that new fabric
>>> modules convert to use a single source / header file for readability and
>>> maintainability purposes.
>>> It would be great if you can publish one more branch (no need to re-post
>>> the full diff) that takes your patch-v3 down to a single .c/.h file.
>>> Otherwise, I'm fine to take the 15 minutes to do this conversion ahead
>>> of dropping into target-pending for the sunday night linux-next build.
>> I'll get onto it over the weekend, I hope. I assume in this case I just
>> stick it all in drivers/target/ instead of having a sbp/ directory
>> underneath that?
> I was eager to see this change, so I decided to go ahead and do the
> mechanical conversion myself in the following branch:
> git:// sbp-merge
> As mentioned, it converts drivers/target/sbp/ to use a single sbp_target.[c,h]
> source/header file following mainline convention for new target fabric
> drivers. Also make as many functions as possible statically defined and
> add inline prototypes where necessary.
> This patch also renames the sbp-target config entry from:
> and also renames the final generated module name from:
> fireware-sbp-target.ko -> sbp_target.ko


I only just noticed this, but it looks like your merge lost my changed
to the MAINTAINERS file. Want me to send a fixup patch?


Chris Boot

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