On Tuesday 24 April 2012 03:33:35 Stefano Babic wrote: > On 22/04/2012 22:23, Charles Manning wrote:
> > On Friday 20 April 2012 09:40:50 Tom Rini wrote:
> >> On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 04:32:07PM +1200, Charles Manning wrote:
> >>> Hello ubooters and yaffsers
> Hi Charles,
> >>> I was commissioned to refresh yaffs2 in u-boot and add a mechanism to
> >>> support dynamic yaffs partition set up (way simpler than screwing
> >>> around with mtd part) and manual configuration.
> >>> Rather than do this as a once off, I set this scripting up so that
> >>> this can be done at any time (painlessly I hope) to bring in the fresh
> >>> code (as per Linux patching).
> >> Just to put this out there, if you're not submitting patches to get the
> >> code into git, should the current support in-tree be removed?
> > I think it is worth having yaffs in the main code base, but not the old
> > stuff.
> > The primary reason to have a "patch-in" script is to allow people to
> > refresh the yaffs they are using in a pretty painless way.
> Well, why do not push your patches directly to ML ? This increases
> surely the number of testers, and after ypur patches will be merged
> thare is not need for external scripts.