[lm-sensors] Re: [PATCH 2.6.12-rc4 1/15] (dynamic sysfs callbacks) device attribute callbacks - take 2
yani.ioannou at gmail.com
Wed May 18 09:28:23 CEST 2005
On 5/18/05, Greg KH <greg at kroah.com> wrote:
> Ok, I think I got all of these patches applied properly (hint, don't
> label your intro message as 1/15, it should be 0/14, with 14 different
> patches, that threw me off for a bit.) I've also included your i2c
> driver patch for the adm1026 driver only. All of these patches are now
> in my tree and can be found on kernel.org in the place where my
> patchscripts notified you. If you could verify them I would appreciate
> it (I also added a few patches for stuff that was in my tree only, like
> new i2c drivers and some usb and pci sysfs stuff to make them build
> properly.) All of this should show up in the next -mm release too.
Thanks a lot! Sorry about the incorrect numbering, first time I've
done an intro. I'll have to send you a patch against the differences
between 2.6.12-rc4 and 2.6.12-rc4-mm2 so we don't run into a huge
amount of trouble when they merge...
A quick glance through everything looks fine, but I'll do a proper
check tomorrow using your git tree.
> Thanks a lot for sticking with this process, I really appreciate it.
> Now you can get back to actually fixing up the i2c drivers you wanted
> to, which was what you wanted to do in the first place :)
Yes it will be good to get back to my own area for a bit, maybe even
finally get bmcsensors into a state where it can be accepted :-),
however it has been a nice break and I can see other areas that could
benefit from things along the line of this patch so I might yet
intrude upon the rest of the kernel again ;-).
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