[U-Boot-Users] [PATCH] CPM I/O port pin functions for MPC85xx
wd at denx.de
Tue Jul 12 18:43:51 CEST 2005
In message <1121182110.17872.4.camel at cashmere.sps.mot.com> you wrote:
> On Mon, 2005-07-11 at 05:08, Fillod Stephane wrote:
> > I would better cast my vote for the "CPM2 Config" and "MPC85XX ioports"
> > patches from Jon Loeliger.
> Good call.
> > Talking about MPC85xx patches, it looks like they're filtered out
> > in the U-Boot CVS while others patches still find their way.
> That's a good observation. What is happening here and
> can I do something to "fix" or help the situation?
Nothing was filtered out, at least not intentionally. Actualkly all
my patch processing came to a halt some time ago when I decided to
spend some time on thinking about more efficient ways for the U-Boot
development cycle first. I think we will have a git tree soon. I just
need a little more exercise with all the new (and quickly changing)
> Indeed. And in the meantime, it is causing me to have
> to hand-support multiple users as well.
I cannot parse that. What have multiple users to do with U-Boot?
> Any chance we can help get some of this resolved?
> Do we need to convert to GIT or so? Would that help?
If you want you can go ahead and create a git tree from the CVS
server at SF, using something like
git cvsimport -d :pserver:anonymous at cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/u-boo -C u-boot u-boot
If you then provide an URL to pull from and indicate which patches in
my queue this bsoletes this might indeed help. Note that all the
other rules for patch submission are still in place, and I will
definitely reject pulls for formal reasons.
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