[alsa-devel] [PATCH 03/11] wss_lib: rename cs4321_foo to wss_foo
rene.herman at keyaccess.nl
Fri Aug 8 13:28:37 CEST 2008
On 05-08-08 11:45, Takashi Iwai wrote:
> I've changed the tree structure in my git repo, so I added your
> Reviewed-by tags to all wss-lib patches now.
I see them, including the MODE_RUNNING changelog addition. Thanks.
> Now, the tree contains various topic/* branches. For example,
> topic/wss-lib holds the whole series of wss and related patches, and
> topic/asoc holds ASoC-related patches. The master and other branches
> merge the topic branches appropriately. In this way, the patches can
> be sorted nicely and rebase can be avoided better as well.
> Also, some topic branches are for experimental patches that aren't yet
> merged. For example, topic/hda-reconfig contains my HD-audio dynamic
> reconfig patches, and topic/modem-integrate contains MC97 integration
> The git URL is:
> and gitweb is:
I see. That stopped me for a bit.
I used to pull your devel branch directly into v2.6.26 which worked
nicely, what with that branch being based at v2.6.26. topic/wss-lib now
though is based at v2.6.27-rc1 meaning pulling it pulled in all of
2.6.27-rc1 as well.
I understand why; the wss-lib patches were dependent on some earlier
opti9xx patches that are in 2.6.27-rc1 but I specifically this cycle
decided to stay on -stable for a bit and not allow myself to be
continously sidetracked by all sorts of problems in those megabytes upon
megabytes of unrelated changes in the upstream kernel. Last cycle was
So I was just now cherry-picking the WSS patches and its dependents into
a local topic/wss-lib when I decided to give it up after all and just go
to 2.6.27-rc2. I'm debugging a PAT related problem in 2.6.27 anyway so I
guess the attempt _already_ failed independent of ALSA. <sob>.
Hey, now I get to side-track myself with Merkey's kernel debugger...
Anyways -- what's the status of devel (topic/devel now I see) now? Is
that still going to be a branch that's just current ALSA, pullable into
current release? Worked great for me but if it's too much trouble to
maintain, I can appreciate that and will just cherry-pick/rebase things
myself locally I guess.
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