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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 09/22] regulator: Change db8500-prcmu match names to reflect Device Tree
    On 05/06/12 11:42, Mark Brown wrote:
    > On Tue, Jun 05, 2012 at 11:34:12AM +0100, Lee Jones wrote:
    >>>> Are you sending this for -rc2?
    >>> No, nothing about this looks like an urgent fix?
    >> Well without it all regulator requests from DT will fail.
    > Oh, ffs. Why wasn't this mentioned when the patch was posted,

    I did. My 00 patch mentioned that these were all clean-ups/bug fixes
    destined for the for RCs.

    > and how were the original patches tested?

    So it looks like this may have been my fault when testing the patch-set
    before this one. There are some hacks required to test Device Tree with
    Snowball at the moment, as the u-boot we use isn't DT compatible yet. I
    _may_ have (i.e. my best guess is that I) tested the patch-set in it's
    purest form, thus omitting the ARM_APPENDED_DTB_FILE hack required to
    append the DTB onto the kernel. Without it, the kernel just boots using
    the original platform code.

    A genuine mistake on my part for which I unreservedly apologise.

    Nevertheless, these two patches are required for a decent boot.

    Lee Jones
    Linaro ST-Ericsson Landing Team Lead
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