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SubjectRe: [PATCH v5 00/11] PCI: Add support to the Cadence PCIe controller
On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 09:40:14PM +0100, Cyrille Pitchen wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> this series of patches adds support to the Cadence PCIe controller.
> It was tested on a ARM64 platform emulated by a Palladium running the
> pci-next kernel.
>
> The host mode was tested with some PCIe devices connected to the Palladium
> through a speed-bridge. Some of those devices were a USB host controller
> and a SATA controller. The PCIe host controller was also tested with a
> second controller configured in endpoint mode and connected back to back
> to the first controller.
>
> The EndPoint Controller (EPC) driver was tested with 2 PCI functions, both
> handled by the pci-epf-test driver, using the pcitest userspace program.
> I used the "-D" optional command line parameter to select the proper PCI
> function.
>
> Best regards,
>
> Cyrille
>
> ChangeLog
>
> v4 -> v5:
> - rebase on today's (20180128) linux-pci/next

Don't bother rebasing onto linux-pci/next.

If your patches actually *depend* on something that has already been
merged onto a PCI topic branch, you should mention that and say which
branch.

But otherwise, it's easiest if they are based on linux-pci/master,
because that's how Lorenzo and I apply them.

linux-pci/next is ephemeral and I frequently rebuild it to fix errors,
add acks, etc.

It doesn't *hurt* that you rebased, but it doesn't help anything
either, and it's a little needless work for you.

Bjorn

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