[U-Boot] [PATCH v2 00/99] ram: rk3399: Add LPDDR4 support
ezequiel at vanguardiasur.com.ar
Tue Jun 25 18:42:23 UTC 2019
Thanks for your hard work. I'm sure everyone in the Rockchip community
is excited about finally having this support in U-Boot.
On Tue, 25 Jun 2019 at 12:46, Jagan Teki <jagan at amarulasolutions.com> wrote:
> > Was it absolutely necessary to split these changes into 99 commits? I
> > believe at least some of them can be squashed. Reviewing 99 patches
> > isn't feasible.
> Squashed, I'm not sure because the patches were created to satisfy the
> bisectability and travis-ci, if you find any please feel to comment.
> About the commit count, I have mentioned in v1, the idea of having
> many commits in one series to have all lpddr4(-related) changes in one
> place and also all the commit has incremental approach of supporting
> rank detection and lpddr4. If require I'm open to sent next versions
> as multiple series, no problem on that.
I strongly agree with Vasily, and I don't think multiple series makes it any
What's the reason for having two commits for:
"ram: rk3399: Set lpddr4 MR3" and "ram: rk3399: Set lpddr4 MR12" ?
Or splitting all the "ram: rk3399: Add ... macro" ?
What do you loose if you merge the patches into one?
I must confess I am very surprised, and don't really understand what do you
gain with this excessive split. Normally, when we are adding a new feature,
we normally don't need many patches, so it's the other way around, really.
Bisectability is about not breaking existing support, but because the feature
is new, normally this is easy.
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