Hi Tim,

Basically some openocd user needs to test it and give a +1 and then an
OpenOCD developer need to verify the code quality and also give +1 or
propose some modification to your patch.

After the corrections and he giving a +1 in the gerrit review the
patch is incorporated.

OpenOCD is a very important project for embedded system solutions, but
I suspect that nobody here receive to work in the project. Normally
people/companies only realize the importance of some projects when
something really bad happen, like the openssl and heartbleed event.



On 7/12/18, Tim Newsome <t...@sifive.com> wrote:
> A few weeks ago I pushed http://openocd.zylin.com/#/c/4578/, which adds
> RISC-V support to OpenOCD. What else do I need to do to get this reviewed,
> and eventually accepted?
> Thank you,
> Tim

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