Re: [PATCH 01/10] backports: Remove ssb and bcma

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On Sun, 2018-09-23 at 19:45 +0200, Hauke Mehrtens wrote:
> Use the versions shipped with the kernel instead.
> bcma and ssb didn't change much in the last few years, most of the
> changes were related to code only used on embedded devices. Removing
> this reduces the number of parts we have to backport. b43, b43legacy and
> brcmsmac work well with the in kernel version.

Looks like this broke b43 at least up to around 3.12:

b43/main.c:5331:25: error: ‘struct ssb_sprom’ has no member named ‘dev_id’

ssb: sprom: add dev_id field for value overriding standard ID

3.16, actually. I think I'll revert this.

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