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Re: HEADS UP: matt-nb5-mips64 merge to HEAD
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On Jan 4, 2011, at 5:57 AM, Simon Burge wrote:
Matt Thomas wrote:
I've spent the past few days merging my matt-nb5-mips64 to HEAD.
It's now in a state almost ready to commit. This affects every mips
port in a major way. Several thing change (IPL/spl code, interrupts,
soft interrupts, pmap, tlb, ...) in various major ways. This could
almost be considered a rewrite of the mips code.
This merge affects over 400 lines in sys/arch alone. There is
be breakage since I can't test all platforms but I will try to fix
Can you please test some reasonable combinations _before_ you merge
to head this time? Based on previous experiences I think we at least
need to see an example of working MIPS1, MIPS32 and 32-bit and 64-bit
MIPS3/MIPS64 this time around before we can even consider that a merge
can take place.
One data point: Works(tm) on my R5k O2.
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