Mirror ARM file move

Andy Green andy at openmoko.com
Thu Oct 16 11:05:09 CEST 2008

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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
|> Nice work, I am just a bit worried that some of these files like ts.h
|> and irqs.h are really not "controlled" by us but by upstream, won't we
|> see conflicting or at least duplicated moves coming in from upstream
| Upstream has already moved everything to the new location; a vanilla
| kernel does not have the include/asm-arm/arch-s3c2410 directory
| anymore.  Everything that's lagging is Moko stuff.  Anyway, git is
| pretty smart about these things.  Even if somebody else were to do the
| same move, the changes would match and git-rebase would just discard
| the patch.  What we get from this is a chance to see when changes that
| clash with Moko work are landing upstream... with the two separate
| directories we were missing this.

Yes I didn't see it made trouble and put them on stable-tracking last
night, but now I'm worrying that we have "moko stuff" calling itself
something like mach/pwm.h... I guess the sooner we have those conflicts
and resolve them the better.

- -Andy
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