[U-Boot] [ANN] U-Boot v2019.10 released
trini at konsulko.com
Tue Oct 8 12:35:47 UTC 2019
On Tue, Oct 08, 2019 at 02:20:40PM +0200, Michal Simek wrote:
> 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 :-)
Oops. I did get the tag right this time at least.
> > 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
> > or
> > 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
> sheevaplug board.
> 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?
So, how / where are you making this fail? I know it's been noted
elsewhere that this happens, and also that the EFI PR will address this,
but my travis and gitlab pipelines passed. So that implies to me
there's some /full/path string(s) somewhere that we should find and
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