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Mark Brown wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 06:34:32PM +0100, Ralf Baechle wrote:
>> To allow for reasonable testing while this patchset is getting
>> integrated I suggest I apply all the patches that were acked by
>> the respective maintainers to the MIPS tree, feed them to -next
>> for testing and once that phase is complete send the whole thing
>> to Linus.
> Due to major pending changes in the audio subsystem at least the
> audio subsystem changes will have merge issues in -next from that.
> To avoid these I suggest putting the audio changes on a branch
> which can be pulled into both trees.
In my opinion the ASoC drivers can go through the ASoC tree. The core
patches will build without the ASoC patches and the ASoC drivers wont
be selectable without the core patches. Thus we wont see any build
failures due to merging both parts individually. And given that there
will be some changes required when the multi-component branch is
merged it will simplify things if the patches only go through one tree.
I've talked to Ralf and he said he is ok with it.
- - Lars
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