Re: [PATCH v5 00/44] treewide: Remove I/O port accessors for HAS_IOPORT=n

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On Mon, 2023-05-22 at 13:29 +0200, Arnd Bergmann wrote:
> On Mon, May 22, 2023, at 12:50, Niklas Schnelle wrote:
> > A few patches have already been applied but I've kept those which are not yet
> > in v6.4-rc3.
> > 
> > This version is based on v6.4-rc3 and is also available on my tree
> > in the has_ioport_v5:
> > 
> >
> I think it would be best if as many patches as possible get merged
> into v6.5 through the individidual subsystems, though I can take
> whatever is left through the asm-generic tree.
> Since the goal is to have maintainers pick up part of this, I would
> recommend splitting the series per subsystem, having either a
> separate patch or a small series for each maintainer that should
> pick them up.
> More importantly, I think you should rebase the series against
> linux-next in order to find and drop the patches that are queued
> up for 6.5 already. The patches will be applied into branches
> that are based on 6.4-rc of course, but basing on linux-next
> is usually the easiest when targeting multiple maintainer
> trees.
> Maybe let's give it another week to have more maintainers pick
> up stuff from v5, and then send out a v6 as separate submissions.
>     Arnd

Hi Arnd and All,

I'm sorry there hasn't been an updated in a long time and we're missing
v6.5. I've been quite busy with other work and life. Speaking of, I
will be mostly out for around a month starting some time mid to end
July as, if all goes well, I'm expecting to become a dad. That said, I
haven't forgotten about this and your overall plan of sending per-
subsystem patches sounds good, just haven't had the time to also
incorporate the feedback.


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