[Meego-kernel] rejects against .35?
Arjan van de Ven
arjan at linux.intel.com
Fri Dec 3 11:22:38 PST 2010
On 12/3/2010 11:07 AM, Janne.Karhunen at nokia.com wrote:
>> since MeeGo is not a development target, the last is not a MeeGo
>> problem. MeeGo is for INTEGRATION of mature code.
>> MeeGo does keep history, but it keeps the history of the *patches*, not
>> if the code. This is the very fundamental difference of INTEGRATION
>> versus DEVELOPMENT.
> Well, I'd be happy just if we could keep either git or quilt working
> for development. A while back sequence_patch --quilt was said to
> be the thing to construct sane quilt tree; apparently now I need to
> be building RPMs every time I need to try something out?
> Sorry for not being able to follow what you have been up to, but
> I sure hope you do realize its not obvious from the current patch
the current patch pile is a quilt series
I have no idea what "sequence_patch" is. Sorry.
but our kernel tree is a quilt series
and yes WIFI is special, we use the upstream wifi backporting package
for that. Some distros use a separate RPM for that, I decided to fold it
into the kernel rpm
so that we don't run the risk of having that out of sync with the kernel.
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