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* PowerPC: drop some 74xx_7xx boards and related codeWolfgang Denk2014-10-271-6/+0
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | The file board/Marvell/include/mv_gen_reg.h is incompatible with the GPL (see for example the "MARVELL RESERVES THE RIGHT AT ITS SOLE DISCRETION TO REQUEST THAT THIS CODE BE IMMEDIATELY RETURNED TO MARVELL" clause). As this cannot be fixed, we remove the file and all code that depends on it. Fortunately this only affects some very old boards that have long reached EOL: CPCI750 DB64360 DB64460 p3m750 p3m7448 Signed-off-by: Wolfgang Denk <> Cc: Reinhard Arlt <> Cc: Stefan Roese <> Cc: Roger Meier <>
* MAINTAINERS: comment out blank M: fieldMasahiro Yamada2014-09-241-1/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Since commit ddaf5c8f3030050fcd356a1e49e3ee8f8f52c6d4 (patman: RunPipe() should not pipe stdout/stderr unless asked), Patman spits lots of "Invalid MAINTAINERS address: '-'" error messages for patches with global changes. It takes too long for Patman to process them. Anyway, "M: -" does not carry any important information. Rather, it is just like a place holder in case of assigning a new board maintainer. Let's comment out. This commit can be reproduced by the following command: find . -name MAINTAINERS | xargs sed -i -e '/^M:[[:blank:]]*-$/s/^/#/' Signed-off-by: Masahiro Yamada <>
* Add board MAINTAINERS filesMasahiro Yamada2014-07-301-0/+6
We have switched to Kconfig and the boards.cfg file is going to be removed. We have to retrieve the board status and maintainers information from it. The MAINTAINERS format as in Linux Kernel would be nice because we can crib the scripts/ script. After some discussion, we chose to put a MAINTAINERS file under each board directory, not the top-level one because we want to collect relevant information for a board into a single place. TODO: Modify to scan multiple MAINTAINERS files. Signed-off-by: Masahiro Yamada <> Suggested-by: Tom Rini <> Acked-by: Simon Glass <>
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