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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/4] ASoC: samsung: clean up references to outdated Kconfig symbols
TL;DR: what exactly should I resend and when?

On Mon, 2015-02-09 at 14:07 +0800, Mark Brown wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 07, 2015 at 09:38:04AM +0100, Paul Bolle wrote:
> > Patches 2/4, 3/4, and 4/4 didn't apply. Locally I carry them in a tree
> > that constantly rebases on top of linux-next. So locally I carry these
> > patches on top of next-20150204.
> What's posted doesn't apply against -next.

That's because of trivial conflicts with commit a59aa180ea56 ("ASoC:
samsung: Replace depends on REGMAP_I2C with depends on I2C"). That
commit landed in next-20150127 (ie, eight days after I sent this short
series). I guess I resolved these conflicts in the local version of
these patches and promptly forgot about them, as they were so trivial.

> > What tree would you like me to rebase this onto?
> As ever submit against the tree listed in MAINTAINERS
> git:// for-next

Which is not entirely obvious, since this series only touches files
below sound/soc/samsung/. That directory is mentioned in MAINTAINERS
(ASoC) DRIVERS". (Why does that directory need two entries?) Neither
entry mention a repository.

Anyhow, this entire series will probably now apply to your for-next
branch. That's because your for-next branch doesn't contain commit
a59aa180ea56 ("ASoC: samsung: Replace depends on REGMAP_I2C with depends
on I2C"), which I mentioned above, or commit 6cf2cf315075 ("ASoC:
samsung: Remove goni or aquila with the WM8994"), which is 1/4 of this
series, anymore.

See, it turns out there are two sound.git#for-next branches in
linux-next. One is done by Takashi, the other by you. Yours is called
sound-asoc in Next/Trees, the other sound. sound-asoc contained the two
commits I just mentioned in next-20150209. It has dropped both, it
seems, by next-20150210, but by then they were already included in
Takashi's sound. So these two commits are now in linux-next through that
branch. Figuring this all out required quite a bit of head-scratching.

And now I wonder what I should resend: the three patches 2/4, 3/4, and
4/4 with the trivial conflicts resolved or the entire series? And when
do you prefer I resend?


Paul Bolle

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