[linux-yocto] [PATCH 0/6] linux-yocto-4.4: Use */intel branches

Tom Zanussi tom.zanussi at linux.intel.com
Tue May 24 14:49:44 PDT 2016

In order to provide more timely support for Intel platforms, this
patchset makes use of a set of dedicated */intel branches to be
created for the linux-yocto 4.4 kernel.

These branches and the corresponding kernel metadata branches provide
a place to add Intel-specific features and updates which aren't yet
upstream or may never go upstream but nevertheless are useful for
various users.

This patchset doesn't create those branches - if these look ok, Bruce,
could you create the following branches?: standard/intel based on
standard/base, standard/preempt-rt/intel based on
standard/preempt-rt/base (and standard/preempt-rt/base itself), and
standard/tiny/intel based on standard/tiny/base.



The following changes since commit d6ee402d461048cf1afd10375fee5769c06d21d6:

  powerpc/ptrace: Fix out of bounds array access warning (2016-05-12 01:05:12 -0400)

are available in the git repository at:

  git://git.yoctoproject.org/linux-yocto-contrib.git tzanussi/intel-branches-4.4

Tom Zanussi (6):
  intel: Use standard/intel branch
  intel: Use standard/preempt-rt/intel branch
  common-pc*: Have *-standard BSPs use standard/intel
  intel-quark-tiny: Add common-pc branch to match KBRANCH
  intel-quark-tiny: Use standard/tiny/intel branch
  intel-common: Have *-developer BSPs use standard/intel

 bsp/common-pc-64/common-pc-64-standard.scc      | 1 +
 bsp/common-pc/common-pc-standard.scc            | 1 +
 bsp/intel-common/intel-core2-32-developer.scc   | 2 ++
 bsp/intel-common/intel-core2-32-preempt-rt.scc  | 2 ++
 bsp/intel-common/intel-core2-32-standard.scc    | 2 ++
 bsp/intel-common/intel-corei7-64-developer.scc  | 2 ++
 bsp/intel-common/intel-corei7-64-preempt-rt.scc | 2 ++
 bsp/intel-common/intel-corei7-64-standard.scc   | 2 ++
 bsp/intel-common/intel-quark-standard.scc       | 1 +
 bsp/intel-common/intel-quark-tiny.scc           | 2 ++
 10 files changed, 17 insertions(+)


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