On Tue, 2002-08-20 at 10:22, Joe George wrote:
> > Where those patches created from the sourceforge tree or you created
> > them independently? I would hate to see the two ports diverge.
> I've been syncing the sf tree.
> > I already sent Ralf a patch for the 36bit support. He told me the patch
> > looks fine but it doesn't seem like he's had time to merge it in. The
> > code is in sourceforge.net
> My initial patches on this came from the sf tree. Ralf called out the
> endian problem.
> > Again, I've done some work for big endian support and pushed it out in
> > sourceforge.net because I have write access there. Most drivers work
> > just fine in BE mode. The exception right now is the epson 1356/1386
> > video controller. There might be some others but I don't remember.
> > Certainly all the SOC peripherals work fine.
> The problems I'm working on are in your tlbex-mips32.S.
I see of the 36 bit patch in oss now, but not the whole thing. Is Ralf
waiting for you to fix the problems in tlbex-mips32.S? Are those
problems endian related or something else? I tested the pcmcia driver
in BE mode, and that driver uses the 36 bit code, so I thought it's
endian safe ...
> > If you're submitting patches in oss, please take the latest work in
> > sourceforge.net first to sync up the two. First, you might save
> > yourself some work. Second, it will keep the two ports from diverging.
> Couldn't of done it without your work, I really appreciate the work
> you have done.
Thanks for syncing up the oss tree! I was afraid that if you're sending
independent patches some of the sourceforge work would get lost.