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SubjectRe: Applied "ASoC: rockchip-max98090: Fix NULL pointer dereference while accessing to jack." to the asoc tree
2016-07-04 10:47 GMT+02:00 Mark Brown <broonie@kernel.org>:
> On Mon, Jul 04, 2016 at 09:24:12AM +0200, Enric Balletbo Serra wrote:
>
>> I just saw that these patches and the others in the patch series were
>> not applied yet. As are fixes and were accepted since middle May, I
>
> No, they are actually applied like the e-mail said - please see my git.
>
>> expected see the patches merged in this release cycle, but we're at
>
> In general if you think a fix needs to go in urgently it's best to
> specifically identify this. If nothing is specifically said and it's
> not obviously related to something done recently then the tendency will
> be to assume that the issue was recently introduced and is a fix for a
> development version.
>
>> rc6 so I suppose I'll need to wait to see them merged for 4.8 merge
>> window. Please can you coordinate with Heiko and make sure that these
>> patches were merged before he merges the patches to enable the audio
>> on Veyron? Otherwise we will break Veyron support for a while. I'd
>> really like have audio working on Veyron.
>
> As things stand they'll be merged in the next merge window. They're
> buried in the middle of a branch with other things so I can't just send
> the branch as-is. If these new patches you're talking about are going
> to get merged in the merge window as well so we're presumably mostly
> fine?

Yeah it's fine as long as the patches will be merged in next merge
window before the rockchip DTS updates.

It's only that I expected see them merged, but probably was only
something that I assumed wrongly.

Thanks,
Enric

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