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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 0/6] sparsemem support for RISC-V
On Mon, 15 Oct 2018 10:56:56 PDT (-0700), wrote:
> This patchset implements sparsemem on RISC-V. The first few patches
> move some code in existing architectures into common helpers
> so they can be used by the new RISC-V implementation. The final
> patch actually adds sparsmem support to RISC-V.
> This is the first small step in supporting P2P on RISC-V.

Thanks. I see less maintainer tags for the parts that touch other ports than I
would feel comfortable merging. I'm going to let this sit in my inbox for
a bit and we'll see if anything collects.

For patch sets I submit that clean up other ports I've attempted to split the
patch into N patch sets, where:

* One part adds the generic support, which starts out as dead code.
* One part per arch uses the generic support.

This is a bit of a headache, but it at least allows us to get the RISC-V
version that uses the generic support in quickly while waiting on acks from the
other arch maintainers.

Like I said, I'll wait a bit and hope people ack.


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