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SubjectRe: [GIT PULL] MMC updates for 3.16-rc1
On Tue, 10 Jun 2014, Linus Torvalds wrote:

> On Tue, Jun 10, 2014 at 12:51 PM, Chris Ball <chris@printf.net> wrote:
> >
> > These patches have been tested in
> > linux-next, and there are three minor conflicts which I've resolved on
> > my mmc-updates-for-3.16-rc1-merged branch.
>
> Your merged branch is incorrect as far as I can tell, and dropped
> commit a8246fedacad ("dmaengine: omap: hide filter_fn for built-in
> drivers").
>
> And I'm not sure why the sunxi driver (by David Lanzendörfer) and the
> Realtek driver (by Roger Tseng) got merged in two different trees.
> It's clearly the same patches and drivers, but I got them first
> through the MFD tree (Realtek) and the clock tree (sunxi) trees and
> now the MMC tree.
>
> Don't you guys talk to each other? The Realtek driver is even marked
> as Acked-by Chris Ball in the MFD tree.

Yes, we do talk to each other. Branch ib-mfd-mmc-memstick-3.16 was
created as a result. Based on no facts at all, I'm guessing that the
shared (immutable) branch wasn't applied correctly in the MMC tree.

> Also, that new drivers/mmc/host/usdhi6rol0.c driver is one f*cking
> noisy compile, and knisr certainly has never been tested in a 64-bit
> environment. Please either fix it, or make it depend on BROKEN.
>
> Grr.
>
> Anyway, pulled, merged correctly, and pushed out..
>
> Linus

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