On 07/22/2011 12:30 AM, Rafał Miłecki wrote:
> 2011/7/16 Hauke Mehrtens <email@example.com>:
>> This patch series adds support for embedded devices like bcm47xx to
>> bcma. Bcma is used on bcm4716 and bcm4718 SoCs as the system bus and
>> replaced ssb used on older devices. With these patches my bcm4716
>> device boots up till it tries to access the flash, because the serial
>> flash chip is unsupported for now, this will be my next task. This adds
>> support for MIPS cores, interrupt configuration and the serial console.
>> These patches are not containing all functions needed to get the SoC to
>> fully work and support every feature, but it is a good start.
>> These patches are now integrated in OpenWrt for everyone how wants to
>> test them.
>> This was tested with a BCM4704 device (SoC with ssb bus), a BCM4716
>> device and a pcie wireless card supported by bcma.
>> @Rafał: If you are fine with the bcma patches could you please give
>> your Signed-off on them.
>> @Ralf: Could you please merger this into the mips tree so that it will be in
> ML for bcma is linux-wireless. Should we pass that patches "via" Ralf
> or John? Using linux-wireless (and John's tree) makes more sense to
> me, as we will work on the same tree and will get less merge
> conflicts. However don't take me as Linux development style guru, just
> my POV.
Thank you for your reviewing.
I talked about this with Florian Fainelli and he said that the patches
should rather pass Ralf then John, but merging would be easier when they
are passing John. I do not have a problem with both solutions and
rebasing it to an other tree is no problem for me.
John and Ralf, who wants to take these patches? ;-)