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Welcome to the Open Devices community!

This is where we discuss open source and development related questions on our Open Devices initiative.

new kernel branch

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new kernel branch

Hi,
why did you rebase the unified kernel again onto a caf branch with 64 bit support?

Thanks paul
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Re: new kernel branch

hi

 

As on 3.4 kernel (where we had 2 bringup branches and 1 stable), old branch was used for platform bringup and fixes

new branch is used to restructure and cleanup platforms securing readable, sane and clean code for the future

 

br

Alin

 

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Re: new kernel branch

hi

 

As on 3.4 kernel (where we had 2 bringup branches and 1 stable), old branch was used for platform bringup and fixes

new branch is used to restructure and cleanup platforms securing readable, sane and clean code for the future

 

br

Alin