[linux-yocto] LTSI for 3.10 - Standard Practice

Hart, Darren darren.hart at intel.com
Tue Feb 11 21:59:01 PST 2014

On 2/11/14, 21:22, "Bruce Ashfield" <bruce.ashfield at windriver.com> wrote:
>> patch 0001-gpio-sch-Add-sch_gpio_resume_set_enable.patch
>> patch 0002-minnowboard-Add-base-platform-driver-for-the-MinnowB.patch
>> patch 0003-minnowboard-gpio-Export-MinnowBoard-expansion-GPIO.patch
>> patch 0004-minnowboard-keys-Bind-MinnowBoard-buttons-to-arrow-k.patch
>Right, I had left these as an "on demand" feature in the kernel-cache,
>but I'd rather have them integrated to avoid mistakes like this in
>the future.
>> If we add these to standard/ltsi, then we just need to drop the patches
>> from the minnow-io fragment. Of course they will need to stay in the
>> fragment for linux-yocto-dev as it won't have the LTSI bits and these
>> patches will not go upstream as they are placeholders until there is
>> proper device properties support in ACPI and the drivers can be updated
>> use that.
>> If you prefer to leave these as patches in minnow-io.scc, I'm fine with
>> that and will keep the BSP files consistent across versions.
>I've added the 4 missing patches to standard/ltsi and then merged that
>to all the branches. I've also commented out the patches in the minnow-io
>feature .scc file on the meta branch. So any references to that feature
>won't end up with patch failures.
>I've also added the minnow-io feature to the -dev kernel (it was missing).
>These are now pushed to the servers, and I'll send SRCREV updates along
>with a few other pending patches shortly.
>> I just noticed the gap and wanted to make sure it was intentional. How
>> would you like to handle it?
>See above :)

Great, thanks :-)

Darren Hart
Yocto Project - Linux Kernel
Intel Open Source Technology Center

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