j820 kernel tree

Francois-Rene Rideau fare@tunes.org
Wed Jun 23 12:43:52 CEST 2004

Dear all,

I've modified the CVS so as to only keep the files we actually touched.
Building the kernel tree happens by merging (with cp -fal) files from
the upstream and j820 trees. I tested that the setup works.

(1) This gives us much easier merging with upstream enhancements.
(2) This will drastically reduce our CVS usage on the sf.net server.
(3) This makes more obvious what files we changed.
(4) This paves the way for work on kernel 2.6.

Skeletal support is included for kernel 2.6. Actual work hasn't commenced.

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