[linux-yocto] [PATCHv2 4/4] valleyisland-io: update valleyisland-io.scc file

Bruce Ashfield bruce.ashfield at windriver.com
Wed Dec 11 20:18:45 PST 2013

On 12/11/2013, 11:13 PM, Darren Hart wrote:
> On Thu, 2013-12-12 at 01:06 +0000, Chang, Rebecca Swee Fun wrote:
>> Hi Darren,
>> 0007-spi-pxa2xx-add-support-for-Intel-Baytrail-SPI-contro.patch was removed as I segregated
>> the backport commit out from the patch.
>> This is a v2 pull request and 0007-spi-pxa2xx-add-support-for-Baytrail-SPI-controller.patch is a
>> new generated patch without the CONFIG_EXPERIMENTAL commits.
> $ cd linux-yocto-3.8/meta/cfg/kernel-cache/features/valleyisland-io
> $ grep Baytrail-SPI valleyisland-io.scc
> patch 0007-spi-pxa2xx-add-support-for-Intel-Baytrail-SPI-contro.patch
> $ ls *Baytrail-SPI*
> ls: cannot access *Baytrail-SPI*: No such file or directory
> I see. You removed a patch in a previous push without removing it from
> the scc file? So currently the scc file is unbuildable?
> $ cd linux-yocto-3.8/meta/cfg/kernel-cache/features/valleyisland-io
> $ ls *patch | wc -l
> 12
> $ grep patch valleyisland-io.scc  | wc -l
> 19

Good catch. I've been doing partial pulls, and with the interleaving 
requests ..
this was bound to happen.

I mentioned earlier today that I was leaving the build testing (for now)
on the submission end of this, I'll do a complete build when everything
is merged. There's a reason why i haven't bumped the meta SRCREV yet :)

> You appear to have 6 additional patches listed that do not exist.
> Please test your build before submitting patches.
> Please resubmit with the other non-existent patches removed from the scc
> as well.

That would be ideal.

What about the other three pending series ? Honestly, it is fine to batch
them all into a single series, since keeping 4 or 5 very similar looking
series, with v2/v3 versions straight .. can be challenging :)

So to be clear. I'm filing this particular series. Let me know if the other
three are good (I haven't seen Darren's Ack), or if we'll do one big
consolidated pull request.



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