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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 00/24] erofs: promote erofs from staging
Hi!

> >> Changelog from v1:
> >> o resend the whole filesystem into a patchset suggested by Greg;
> >> o code is more cleaner, especially for decompression frontend.
> >>
> >> --8<----------
> >>
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> EROFS file system has been in Linux-staging for about a year.
> >> It has been proved to be stable enough to move out of staging
> >> by 10+ millions of HUAWEI Android mobile phones on the market
> >> from EMUI 9.0.1, and it was promoted as one of the key features
> >> of EMUI 9.1 [1], including P30(pro).
> >
> > Ok, maybe it is ready to be moved to kernel proper, but as git can
> > do moves, would it be better to do it as one commit?
> >
> > Separate patches are still better for review, I guess.
>
> Thanks for you reply. Either form is OK for me... The first step could
> be that I hope someone could kindly take some time to look into these
> patches... :)
>
> The patch v2 is slightly different for the current code in the staging
> tree since I did some code cleanup these days (mainly renaming / moving,
> including rename unzip_vle.{c,h} to zdata.{c,h} and some confusing
> structure names and clean up internal.h...). No functional chance and I
> can submit cleanup patches to staging as well if doing moves by git...

I believe you should get those committed to staging/, yes. Then you
ask Al Viro to do pull the git move, I guess, and you follow his
instructions at that point...

FILESYSTEMS (VFS and infrastructure)
M: Alexander Viro <viro@zeniv.linux.org.uk>
L: linux-fsdevel@vger.kernel.org

Best regards,
Pavel
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