[U-Boot] [ANN] U-Boot v2019.10 released
monstr at monstr.eu
Tue Oct 8 12:20:40 UTC 2019
On 07. 10. 19 23:15, Tom Rini wrote:
> Hey all,
> It's release day and while we've once again had some last minute
> regression fixes, I feel things are as stable as they are likely to get
> so I've tagged and released v2019.07 and I would like to thank all of
> our contributor for their efforts.
I expect v2019.10 :-)
> To repeat something I posted about in the previous -rc release, I've
> clarified on the http://www.denx.de/wiki/U-Boot/CustodianGitTrees page
> that the "next" branch is expected to be rebased. Why? While I'm not
> sure if I want to apply things directly to the next branch and then give
> them some sort of automated testing, I do want to try and give changes
> some sort of build testing and similar sooner than I have, and that was
> at least a related problem.
> In terms of a changelog,
> git log --merges v2019.10-rc4..v2019.10
> git log --merges v2019.07..v2019.10
> For this next release, one big concern I have but that I am hopeful we
> will be able to overcome is that we need to remove Python 2.7 support.
> Python 2.7 itself is end of lifed on January 1st, 2020. There's been a
> number of patches posted that get us a good part of the way there and I
> believe we can get the rest done before the deadline.
> The merge window is once again open and I plan to tag -rc1 on October
> 28th, bi-weekly -rcs thereafter and final release on January 6th, 2020.
I am preparing pull request and I see that release has issue with
01: Prepare v2019.10
arm: + sheevaplug
+u-boot.kwb exceeds file size limit:
+ limit: 524288 bytes
+ actual: 524632 bytes
+ excess: 344 bytes
+make: *** [u-boot.kwb] Error 1
+make: *** Deleting file 'u-boot.kwb'
+make: *** [sub-make] Error 2
There are also warnings about conversions to DM.
Is it OK to ignore these boards which should be likely removed?
Michal Simek, Ing. (M.Eng), OpenPGP -> KeyID: FE3D1F91
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