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Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH v5 00/17] Mem_event and mem_access for ARM

>>> On 16.09.14 at 00:26, <ian.campbell@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Wed, 2014-09-10 at 16:01 +0200, Tamas K Lengyel wrote:
>>         So I think up to here the series could go in afaic. Question
>>         is - does
>>         this make sense without the ARM parts?
>>         Thanks, Jan
>> Without the ARM parts there is no technical need for it. On the other
>> hand, there are many other series pending in the same general area so
>> having this part merged would put everyone on the same footing to
>> resolve conflicts and to move forward from.
> I think it would be perfectly fine/useful for the generic parts to go in
> before the ARM part is ready, it's harmless refactoring and it will
> reduce the amount of stuff which is being needlessly resent as later
> patches get reviewed (since this is quite a long series that's pretty
> significant IMHO). 
> Also A series which moves code around can be a pain to rebase,
> especially if other changes are happening in the surrounding code, I
> think if it is ready it should go in.
> Plus as you say it forms a basis for your's and other's ongoing
> development.

Good - all we'll have to wait for then are Tim's acks on some of the
v6 patches 1-9.


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