On Fri, Apr 6, 2018 at 6:24 AM, Linus Torvalds <torva...@linux-foundation.org> wrote: > On Thu, Apr 5, 2018 at 2:29 PM, Arnd Bergmann <a...@arndb.de> wrote: >> >> One clear sign that the branch is indeed bigger than usual: the >> shortlog+diffstat exceeds the 100KB limit for the linux-arm-kernel >> mailing list. > > I think you replied to the wrong pull request, and meant to reply to > the DT one.. > > The platform updates one was not that big.
D'oh. If anyone still needs the original pull request message in the mailing list archives, I've copied that again below. Arnd ---- The following changes since commit 661e50bc853209e41a5c14a290ca4decc43cbfd1: Linux 4.16-rc4 (2018-03-04 14:54:11 -0800) are available in the git repository at: git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/arm/arm-soc.git tags/armsoc-dt for you to fetch changes up to 518d2f43c358da2072948f64df99b1bd417288dc: arm: dts: modify Nuvoton NPCM7xx device tree structure (2018-04-05 11:13:39 +0200) ---------------------------------------------------------------- ARM: SoC device tree updates for 4.17 This is the usual set of changes for device trees, with over 700 non-merged changesets. There is an ongoing set of dtc warning fixes and the usual bugfixes, cleanups and added device support. The most interesting bit as usual is support for new machines listed below: - The Allwinner H6 makes its debut with the Pine-H64 board, and we get two new machines based on its older siblings: the H5 based OrangePi Zero+ and the A64 based Teres-I Laptop from Olimex. On the 32-bit side, we add The Olimex som204 based on Allwinner A20, and the Banana Pi M2 Zero development board (based on H2). - NVIDIA adds support for Tegra194 aka "Xavier", plus their p2972 development board and p2888 CPU module. - The Nuvoton npcm750 is a BMC that was newly added, for now we only support running on the evaluation board. - STmicroelectronics stm32 gains support for the stm32mp157c and two evaluation boards. - The Toradex Colibri board family grows a few members based on the i.MX6ULL variant. - The Advantec DMS-BA16 is a Qseven module using the NXP i.MX6 family of chips. - The Phytec phyBOARD Mira is a family of industrial boards based on i.MX6. For now, four models get added. - TI am335x based PDU-001 is an industrial embedded machine used for traffic monitoring - The Aspeed platform now supports running on the BMC on the Qualcomm Centriq 2400 server - Samsung Exynos4 based Galaxy S3 is a family of mobile phones Qualcomm msm8974 based Galaxy S5 is a rather different phone made by the same company. - The Xilinx Zynq and ZynqMP platforms now gained a lot of dts file for the various boards made by Xilinx themselves, as well as the Digilent Zybo Z7. - The ARM Versatile family now supports the "IB2" interface board. - The Renesas H2 based "Stout" and the H3 based Salvator-X are more evaluation boards named after a kind of beer, as most of them are. The r8a77980 (V3H) based "Condor" apparently doesn't follow that tradition. ;-) - ROC-RK3328-CC is a simple developement board from the Libre Computer Project, based on the Rockchips RK3328 SoC - Haiku is another development board plus Qseven module based on Rockchips RK3368 and made by Theobroma Systems.