From: Grover, Andrew <andrew.grover@in...> - 2002-10-25 19:44:47
Just wanted to let everyone know I've updated the patches on sf.net. We
received a few patches since Tuesday that deserved to get out there ASAP.
Implement support for cpufreq interface (2.5 patch only) (Dominik Brodowski)
Eliminate duplicate lines of code in processor.c
Add support for GPE1 block defined with no GPE0 block
Fix IRQ bridge swizzling (Ville Syrjala & Kai Germaschewski)
Remove too-broad blacklist entries
As soon as Linus gets back, I'll be submitting all the outstanding changes
to him, and all the patchsets are on linux-acpi.bkbits.net if anyone just
wants to browse the most recent changes.
Regards -- Andy
Intel Labs / Mobile Architecture
From: Pavel Machek <pavel@uc...> - 2002-11-08 21:37:46
> Andrew> As soon as Linus gets back, I'll be submitting all the
> Andrew> outstanding changes to him, and all the patchsets are on
> Andrew> linux-acpi.bkbits.net if anyone just wants to browse the most
> Andrew> recent changes.
> Not that I'm running this project, but I'd humbly suggest holding off
> those submissions until at least the recent regressions are fixed.
> 20021022 has blown off /proc/acpi/thermal and /proc/acpi/processor for
> me (and at least for one other person).
As these patches probably fix things for >1
person, too, I think holding them back is bad
idea. Remember, Linus likes small patches.
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