[PATCH 00/18] Complete decoupling of bootm logic from commands

Simon Glass sjg at chromium.org
Mon Dec 11 18:52:07 CET 2023

Hi Tom,

On Sat, 9 Dec 2023 at 12:09, Tom Rini <trini at konsulko.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 03, 2023 at 05:26:16PM -0700, Simon Glass wrote:
> > This series continues refactoring the bootm code to allow it to be used
> > with CONFIG_COMMAND disabled. The OS-handling code is refactored and
> > a new bootm_run() function is created to run through the bootm stages.
> > This completes the work.
> >
> > A booti_go() function is created also, in case it proves useful, but at
> > last for now standard boot does not use this.
> >
> > This is cmdd (part d of CMDLINE refactoring)
> > It depends on dm/bootstda-working
> > which depends on dm/cmdc-working
> Since I would ask "what's the size impact of all of this?", I went and
> checked. I rebased your current cmdd-working branch on top of current
> next, and compared. While I'm sure this will change a little given
> feedback so far, generally platforms shrink a little (probably due to
> the bootm args stuff you dropped, but may need to keep). The only big
> growth I saw was branch specific and your "rpi" patch, oh yes, that
> grows rpi_4 given that you change a bunch of stuff there. So that
> doesn't count.
> So generally speaking, I'm OK with this series up to cmdd-working, and
> will continue catching up and providing specific feedback.

OK, great. I have had a busy week but may be able to catch up a bit on
the plane.


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