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Staging questions: WAS Re: [PATCH 0/7] Staging submission: PCTV 74e drivers and some cleanup

I'm posting this question under this thread because the subject pertains
to the question (in that I'm asking about staging and about the PCTV 80e

I started cleaning up the drx39xx* drivers for the PCTV-80e and have
them in a github repository. Ultimately I want to send a pull request,
so other people can finish the cleaning (as I'm not comfortable with
pulling out the #ifdef statements myself).

So my questions are these:

1.  If I move the drx39xx* and associated files into the staging
directory (staging/media/dvb/frontends to be exact), do I simply need to
point to staging/filename for any #include statements (specifically in
the em28xx-dvb.c and em28xx-cards.c files), or do I need to do something

2.  In the Makefile for the frontends, I have the commands to make the
drivers for the drx39xx* files. Do I need to point those to the staging/
directory as well, or do I need to create Makefiles in that directory
for these files?  I ask this because on my system, I wasn't able to
"make" the files when they were in a subdirectory of frontends. I
actually had to move them to the frontends directory and transfer the
commands from the Makefile in the subdirectory to the frontends Makefile.

3.  If I submit a pull request as is right now (where these files will
go into the linux/drivers/media/dvb/frontends directory and the em28xx-*
files will point to those files), will they be pulled in, and someone
will help me to get them in the right places? Or do I need to move them
to staging, reconfigure everything, and then submit the pull request?

Thank you for any help and information, and have a great day:)

On 10/17/2011 05:31 PM, Greg KH wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 15, 2011 at 10:54:14PM +0200, Piotr Chmura wrote:
>> [PATCH 1/7] pull as102 driver fromhttp://kernellabs.com/hg/~dheitmueller/v4l-dvb-as102-2/
>> with the only change needed to compile it in git tree[1]: usb_buffer_alloc()
>> to usb_alloc_coherent() and usb_buffer_free() to usb_free_coherent()
>> [PATCH 2/7] as102: add new device nBox DVB-T Dongle
>> adds new device working on this driver
>> Next patches i made basing on Mauro Carvalho Chehab comments from previous pull try [2].
>> [PATCH 3/7] as102: cleanup - get rid off typedefs
>> [PATCH 4/7] as102: cleanup - formatting code
>> [PATCH 5/7] as102: cleanup - set __attribute__(packed) instead of pragma(pack)
>> [PATCH 6/7] as102: cleanup - delete vim comments
>> [PATCH 7/7] as102: cleanup - get rid of unnecessary defines (WIN32, LINUX)
> Mauro, care to take these and move them under your newly-created
> drivers/staging/media/ directory?
> thanks,
> greg k-h

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