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Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH 00/15] xen: arm initial support for xgene arm64 platform

On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 4:27 PM, Ian Campbell <Ian.Campbell@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Damnit. Missed the --dry-run... Oh well, the patches are actually
> correct I think.
> The 00/15 mail would have contained:
> This addresses the previous review.
> In particular it drops the RFC from a couple of patches and replaces the
> HACKs with clean solutions.
> A==acked. H==replaces a HACK. R==release acked. r==might be release
> akced but George wasn't 100% explicit.
>   R xen: arm64: Add 8250 earlyprintk support
> A R xen: arm64: Add Basic Platform support for APM X-Gene Storm.
> A R xen: arm64: Add APM implementor id to processor implementers.
>  H  xen: arm: add a quirk to handle platforms with unusual GIC layout
> A   xen: arm: allow platform code to select dom0 event channel irq
>  H  xen: arm64: Map xgene PCI memory regions and interrupts to dom0.
> A R xen: arm: include ns16550 driver on arm64 too
> A r xen: arm: early logging of command line
>   r xen: arm: Handle cpus nodes with #address-cells > 1
>   R xen: arm: Make register bit definitions unsigned.
> A R xen: arm: explicitly map 64 bit release address
>   R xen: arm: enable synchronous console while starting secondary CPUs
>   R xen: arm: Add debug keyhandler to dump the physical GIC state.
> A R xen: arm: improve early memory map readability
>   r xen: arm: handle 40-bit addresses in the p2m

OK -- everything looks good release-wise.


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