Vladimir Sementsov-Ogievskiy <vsement...@virtuozzo.com> writes: > 04.12.2019 16:03, Markus Armbruster wrote: >> Markus Armbruster <arm...@redhat.com> writes: >> >>> Vladimir Sementsov-Ogievskiy <vsement...@virtuozzo.com> writes: >>> >>>> 29.11.2019 17:35, Markus Armbruster wrote: >> [...] >>>>> I pushed my fixups to git://repo.or.cz/qemu/armbru.git branch error-prep >>>>> for your convenience. The commit messages of the fixed up commits need >>>>> rephrasing, of course. >>>>> >>>> >>>> Looked through fixups, looks OK for me, thanks! What next? >>> >>> Let me finish my fixing incorrect dereferences of errp, and then we >>> figure out what to include in v7. >> >> Your v6 with my fixups does not conflict with my "[PATCH v2 00/18] Error >> handling fixes", except for "hw/core/loader-fit: fix freeing errp in >> fit_load_fdt", which my "[PATCH v2 07/18] hw/core: Fix fit_load_fdt() >> error handling violations" supersedes. >> >> Suggest you work in the fixups and post as v7. I'll merge that in my >> tree, to give you a base for the remainder of your "auto propagated >> local_err" work. While you work on that, I'll work on getting the base >> merged into master. Sounds like a plan? >> > > Yes, that's good. I'll send v7 tomorrow. > > What you suggest to do after it? > Send in one series a patch with macro + coccinelle + > subset of autogenerated patches, which were reviewed (but not sending half > a subsystem of course)?
Sounds good to me. Visibility into the complete work is useful, though. Having the cover letter point to a branch in your public git repo should do.