[Buildroot] [GIT PULL] avr32 updates

Thiago A. Corrêa thiago.correa at gmail.com
Fri May 8 09:17:27 UTC 2009


On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 5:29 AM, Peter Korsgaard <jacmet at uclibc.org> wrote:
>>>>>> "Thiago" == Thiago A Corrêa <thiago.correa at gmail.com> writes:
>  >> - Please sign off on your fixes (git commit -s)
>  Thiago> Can this be done easily after it has been commited? Since I had setup
>  Thiago> my name and address, I had hopes that it would do it automagically.
> You can rebase your commits and edit the descriptions - Something
> like:

Ok, after an hour of wrestling with git and it's man pages, I think I
got it right :)
I was even able to split the kernel update commit.

>  >> - What do you mean with 'this fixes iptables compile'? What does the
>  >>  kernel has to do with iptables compilation?
>  Thiago> Something is wrong in the kernel headers in previous versions.
>  Thiago> Something in byteorder.h prevended it from building earlier.
> But the Linux.advanced stuff doesn't have anything to do with kernel
> headers, right?

Unfortunally, it doesn't look like it. Even if I select 2.6.29 for the
linux headers (toolchain), the build fails. Unless I actually update
the kernel on the target, it fails to build for avr32. According to
the avr32-linux mailling list, there was a byteorder.h restructuring a
while back, so I guess some versions of the headers are not what
iptables expects.

>  Thiago> I thought of using master for current and 2009.07 for next. But I
>  Thiago> could use a suggestion anyway.
> I would think it would be easier to leave master alone so you easily
> pull new changes in the main repo and rebase your commits on it.

Yeah, after all this rebase thing I see your point. I guess I will do
that once those changes are merged.

>  Thiago> But feel free to apply a previous patch that does the same. I still
>  Thiago> haven't figured out how to do git am stuff :D
> Ok. git am is easy - Simply save the mail and run git am -s <file>

A bit easier said than done *smile*.
I do all of my buildroot development over ssh. Anyway, what happens if
I apply a patch and then you apply it a while later before pulling
from my tree? I guess we will conflict right?

my git pull-request: (thanks for the tip)

The following changes since commit 30b9a6ae5b1d770d9b8eae9e9bafc316a4923762:
  Peter Korsgaard (1):
        dmraid: broken with parallel make (lib + tools race)

are available in the git repository at:

  git://git.buildroot.net/~correa/git/buildroot.git master

Thiago A. Correa (4):
      Update atngw100_defconfig
      Add dl folder to gitignore
      Update Linux Advanced to
      Update atngw100_defconfig to kernel

 .gitignore                                      |    1 +
 target/device/Atmel/atngw100/atngw100_defconfig |   38 +++++++++-------------
 target/linux/Config.in.advanced                 |   17 +++++-----
 target/linux/Config.in.versions                 |   10 ++++--
 4 files changed, 33 insertions(+), 33 deletions(-)

Kind Regards,
   Thiago A. Correa

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