[PATCH net-next 0/8] Pull request for 'davem-next.r8169' branch

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Please pull from branch 'davem-next.r8169' in repository

git://violet.fr.zoreil.com/romieu/linux davem-next.r8169

to get the changes below.

This patchset tidies up the dependencies within the driver. I have not
merged the patches to avoid confusing diff.

I have a patchkit similar to the last patch in the series ("r8169: stop
using net_device.{base_addr, irq}.") for some PCI only drivers. Depending
on the driver, it contains either a few lines of changes (~20 drivers) or
a complete conversion to __iomem + pci_iomap (4~6 drivers). Would it be
appropriate to send a patch per driver for the latter and only a single
patch for the former ?

Distance from 'base' (b2d3298e0916fa059712691c85a0e97becc4ab9f)



 drivers/net/ethernet/realtek/r8169.c | 1966 +++++++++++++++++-----------------
 1 files changed, 971 insertions(+), 995 deletions(-)


Francois Romieu (8):
      r8169: move the driver removal method to the end of the driver file.
      r8169: move the driver probe method to the end of the driver file.
      r8169: move net_device_ops beyond the methods it references.
      r8169: move rtl_set_rx_mode before its rtl_hw_start callers.
      r8169: move rtl8169_open after rtl_task it depends on.
      r8169: move the netpoll handler after the irq handler.
      r8169: move rtl_cfg_info closer to its caller.
      r8169: stop using net_device.{base_addr, irq}.

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