Re: [GIT PULL 00/15] arm-soc: changes for v3.6
From: Linus Torvalds
Date: Mon Jul 23 2012 - 21:03:42 EST
On Mon, Jul 23, 2012 at 1:32 PM, Arnd Bergmann <arnd@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> There are about 600 changesets in here, and a bunch of simple
> conflicts between the 15 branches, but so far no conflicts with
> stuff that you have merged already. For reference, you can check
> the "for-linus" branch in the same tree to see how we resolved
> the conflicts.
Ok, so I've merged some things a bit differently, but afaik it's all
semantically identical *except* for the merge of the file
in my merge of your "general arm-soc cleanups" pull request.
In your "for-linus" branch, "&mpu_3xxx_clkdm" remains in the
clockdomains_common array. In my merge, it is gone. But I think I
did the merge correctly, and you did it wrong. HOWEVER, I don't know
the code, maybe there is some subtle reason why you did it like you
Your "for-linus" branch also had that
file that shouldn't have been there, but whatever.
Anyway, apart from that "please check" comment, I also have small
complaint: your pull requests didn't actually point to the tags, they
pointed to the next/xyz commits. So every time I did a pull, I had to
change "next/xyz" to "tags/xyz". That's just annoying make-work. I
think it's because you just said "xyz" to the git request-pull script,
and then git had to pick one of the things and picked next. Please
disambiguate by just saying "tags/xyz" explicitly.
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