Hi Alan,

couple of nits inline and some comments on ordering the patches ;-)

On Mon, Oct 17, 2016 at 6:09 PM, Alan Tull <at...@opensource.altera.com> wrote:
> This patch adds a minor change in the FPGA Mangager API


> to hold information that is specific to an FPGA image
> file.  This change is expected to bring little, if any,
> pain.
> An FPGA image file will have particulars that affect how the
> image is programmed to the FPGA.  One example is that
> current 'flags' currently has one bit which shows whether the
> FPGA image was built for full reconfiguration or partial
> reconfiguration.  Another example is timeout values for
> enabling or disabling the bridges in the FPGA.  As the
> complexity of the FPGA design increases, the bridges in the
> FPGA may take longer times to enable or disable.

According for the current ordering bridges are not yet defined if we
merge patches in this order?
Not terrible imho, but I thought I'd point it out. Would swapping the
order make sense?

I also think [5/10] should be squashed together with this commit to
make it an atomic change.

Apart from my comments above feel free to add my Acked-by

Thanks for keeping this going,


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