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Re: [Qemu-devel] [PATCH 00/18] target-arm cleanup

From: Juha.Riihimaki
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] [PATCH 00/18] target-arm cleanup
Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2009 08:18:47 +0200

On Oct 19, 2009, at 16:23, ext Aurelien Jarno wrote:

>> I think I have a couple of other fixes and patches on top of that as
>> well, but I'd rather wait until you get this bunch committed and then
>> format the patches against the new mainline so that they apply.
> Thanks I have seen your patch, I'll have a closer look later today.

Ok, that was "just" the resource leak patch. I have some others on top  
of that, I'll post them as soon as I get them (re)formatted.

>> Perhaps this would also be a good place and time to also ask whether
>> you would be interested in integrating support for OMAP3 in the QEMU
>> mainline? We have been developing and using it for several months  
>> now,
>> it's based on the work done by Yajin <address@hidden> to support
>> the OMAP3 BeagleBoard hardware. We have added support for the Nokia
>> N900 system emulation as well. In my personal opinion the OMAP3
>> emulation is in functionality on par with the existing OMAP2
>> emulation, if not even more complete.
> That would be very nice to have such an emulated board in mainstream
> QEMU. I would be happy to review your patches.

Alright I'll look into generating a patch set for that as well but it  
might take a bit longer time to do it since it is a fairly large chunk  
of code with several modifications to the existing OMAP1/2 (and some  
others) code as well to accommodate for the OMAP3 features. The OMAP3  
support also calls for some further changes in the ARM core emulation  
to make the guest Linux kernel happy.


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