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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/7] Freescale DPAA FMan FLIB(s)
Hi Emil,

On 03/05/15 10:04, Emil Medve wrote:
> Hello Jamal,
> On 03/05/2015 08:35 AM, Jamal Hadi Salim wrote:
>> Hi Emil,
> No. All the kernel drivers/code we want to upstream is meant to stand on
> its own and be used the "normal" Linux/Unix way

Ok, thanks - that was my only concern.
Note there is a lot of offload efforts going on in Linux right now.
Take a look at the proceedings from netdev01. You should take advantage
of that to shape the direction of your patches.
I have suffered at the hands of the sdk for this processor in the past;
it is just a bad idea to keep these SDKs around when Linux can express
the features sufficiently.
Note: The main thing i'd be interested in is when you get to offloading
the classifier/scheduler etc. I know you are focussing on just the
ethernet level at the moment,


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