On Sun, 2010-07-04 at 12:43 +0800, malattia(a)linux.it wrote:
> Hi Robert,
> Here is a series of patches that I've been carrying in the iasl Debian
> package for some time. They are all refreshed and reworked to apply
> cleanly on top of acpica-unix-20100528.
> The series consists a couple of trivial patches to fix building on the
> FreeBSD and Hurd kernel flavours of Debian and some larger ones to enable
> compiling ASL on big endian architectures.
> It would be great if you could apply the patches to your source tree and
> ship new release with this work included.
> Let me know if you want me to run more tests or change something in the
> I tested building tests/misc/grammar.asl (plus a number or other DSDTs I
> have here) with the whole set applied and the results were identical on
> BE and LE machines as well as being identical to what a clean iasl
> produces on x86.
> You can see build logs for all the architectures supported here:
Thanks for the patches.
(linux-acpi(a)vger.kernel.org is for linux-specific acpi dicussion. Better
to post these patches to ACPICA maillist devel(a)acpica.org)
I read these patches but not clear what the problem they solved.
Could you add info in the log of each patch?