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  • bsd-user-preen-2022q1-pull-request
    bsd-user: Prepare for future upstream of system calls.
    
    This series of patches does three things.
    
    First, it starts to give up on the idea that you can run FooBSD binaries on
    BarBSD. They are too different to make that happen any time soon, though I've
    kept the support for Net/OpenBSD, even though they haven't built. We'll need a
    lot of work to make that happen, though, and I need to simplify to get things
    upstream.
    
    Second, it starts to move some of the ifdef trees into target.h.
    
    Third, it starts to upstream bsd-file.h, but the remainder of the file in the
    bsd-user fork had some issues that will be resolved before next quarter's
    update.
    
  • bsd-user-fix-pull-request
    Pull request
    
    Fix FreeBSD 12 and 13 builds.
    
  • bsd-user-arm-2022q1-pull-request
    bsd-user: upstream signal implementation
    
    Upstream the bsd-user fork signal implementation, for the most part.  This
    series of commits represents nearly all of the infrastructure that surround
    signals, except the actual system call glue (that was also reworked in the
    fork and needs its own series). In addition, this adds the sigsegv and sigbus
    code to arm. Even in the fork, we don't have good x86 signal implementation,
    so there's little to upstream for that at the moment.
    
    bsd-user's signal implementation is similar to linux-user's. The full context
    can be found in the bsd-user's fork's 'blitz branch' at
    https://github.com/qemu-bsd-user/qemu-bsd-user/tree/blitz which shows how these
    are used to implement various system calls. Since this was built from
    linux-user's stack stuff, evolved for BSD with the passage of a few years, it
    no-doubt missed some bug fixes from linux-user (though nothing obvious stood out
    in the quick comparison I made). After the first round of reviews, many of these
    improvements have been incorporated.
    
    Patchew history: https://patchew.org/QEMU/20220125012947.14974-1-imp@bsdimp.com/
    
  • bsd-user-arm-pull-request
    bsd-user: arm (32-bit) support
    
    This series of patches brings in 32-bit arm support for bsd-user.  It implements
    all the bits needed to do image activation, signal handling, stack management
    and threading. This allows us to get to the "Hello World" level. The arm and x86
    code are now the same as in the bsd-user fork. For full context, the fork is at
    https://github.com/qemu-bsd-user/qemu-bsd-user/tree/blitz (though the the recent
    sig{bus,segv} needed updates are incomplete).
    
    v5 changes:
       o Moved to using the CPUArchState typedef and move
         set_sigtramp_args, get_mcontext, set_mcontext, and
         get_ucontext_sigreturn prototypes to
         bsd-user/freebsd/target_os_ucontext.h
       o Fix issues with arm's set_mcontext related to masking
         and remove an unnecessary check.
    
    We're down to only one hunk needing review:
        bsd-user/arm/target_arch_signal.c: arm set_mcontext
    
    Warnings that should be ignored:
       o make checkpatch has a couple of complaints about the comments for the
         signal trampoline, since it's a false positive IMHO.
    WARNING: Block comments use a leading /* on a separate line
    +    /* 8 */ sys_sigreturn,
    WARNING: Block comments use a leading /* on a separate line
    +    /* 9 */ sys_exit
    
  • pull-bsd-user-20211018-pull-request
    bsd-user pull request: merge dependencies for next architectures
    
    Merge the dependencies for arm, aarch64, and riscv64 architectures. This joins
    together two patch series:
    
    [PATCH v2 00/15] bsd-user: misc cleanup for aarch64 import
    
    Prepare for aarch64 support (the next architecture to be upstreamed). As the
    aarch64 emulation is more complete, it relies on a number of different items.
    In some cases, I've pulled in the full support from bsd-user fork. In other
    cases I've created a simple stub (as is the case for signals, which have
    independent changes pending, so I wanted to be as minimal as possible.  Since
    all pre-12.2 support was purged from the bsd-user fork, go ahead and remove it
    here. FreeBSD 11.x goes ouft of support at the end of the month. Remove what
    little multi-version support that's in upstream.
    
    and
    
    [PATCH v3 0/9] bsd-user mmap fixes
    This series synchronizes mmap.c with the bsd-user fork. This is a mix of old bug
    fixes pulled in from linux-user, as well as some newer fixes to adress bugs
    found in check-tcg and recent FreeBSD developments. There are also a couple of
    style commits. Updated to migrate debugging to qemu_log.
    
    as well as a couple of minor rebase tweaks. In addition, the next two
    architectures I plan on upstreaming (arm and riscv64) also have their prereqs
    satisfied with this request.
    
    v2: Remove accidental module regression in patch 7 and try again.
    
  • pull-bsd-user-20211018-staging
  • pull-bsd-user-20210910
    This series of patches gets me to the point that I can run "Hello World" on i386
    and x86_64. This is for static binaries only, that are relatively small, but
    it's better than the 100% instant mmap failre that is the current state of all
    things bsd-user in upstream qemu. Future patch sets will refine this, add
    the missing system calls, fix bugs preventing more sophisticated programms
    from running and add a bunch of new architecture support.
    
    There's three large themes in these patches, though the changes that
    represent them are interrelated making it hard to separate out further.
    1. Reorganization to support multiple OS and architectures (though I've only
       tested FreeBSD, other BSDs might not even compile yet).
    2. Diff reduction with the bsd-user fork for several files. These diffs include
       changes that borrowed from linux-user as well as changes to make things work
       on FreeBSD. The records keeping when this was done, however, was poor at
       best, so many of the specific borrowings are going unacknowledged here, apart
       from this general ack. These diffs also include some minor code shuffling.
       Some of the changes are done specifically to make it easier to rebase
       the bsd-user fork's changes when these land in the tree (a number of changes
       have been pushed there to make this more possible).
    3. Filling in the missing pieces to make things work. There's many changes to
       elfload to make it load things in the right places, to find the interpreter
       better, etc. There's changes to mmap.c to make the mappings work better and
       there's changes to main.c that were inspired, at least, by now-ancient changes
       to linux-user's main.c.
    
    I ran checkpatch.pl on this, and there's 350-odd errors it identifies (the vast
    majoirty come from BSD's fetish for tabs), so there will need to be a V2 to fix
    this at the very least. In addition, the change set is big (about +~4.5k/-~2.5k
    lines), so I anticipate some iteration as well just based on its sheer
    size. I've tried to keep each set small to make it easy to review in isolation,
    but I've also allowed some interrelated ones to get a little bigger than I'd
    normally like. I've not done the customary documentation of the expected
    checkpatch.pl output because it is large, and because I wanted to get review
    of the other parts rolling to get this project unstuck. Future versions of the
    patch will document the expected output.
    
    In addition, I noticed a number of places where I could modernize to make the
    code match things like linux-user better. I've resisted the urge to do these at
    this time, since it would complicate merging the other ~30k lines of diff that
    remains after this batch. Future batches should generally be smaller once this
    one has landed since they are, by and large, either a bunch of new files to
    support armv7, aarch64, riscv64, mips, mipsel, mips64, ppc, ppc64 and ppc64le,
    or are adding system calls, which can be done individually or small groups. I've
    removed sparc and sparc64 support as they've been removed from FreeBSD and
    have been near totally busted for years.
    
    Stacey Son did the bulk of this work originally, but since I had to move things
    around so much and/or retool that work in non-trivial ways, I've kept myself as
    author, and added his signed-off-by line. I'm unsure of the qemu standard
    practice for this, but am happy to learn if this is too far outside its current
    mainstream. For a while Sean Bruno did the merges from upstream, and he's
    credited using his signed-off-by in appropriate places, though for this patch
    set there's only a few. I've tried to ensure that others who have work in
    individual patches that I've aggregated together also are reflected in their
    signed-off-by. Given the chaotic stat of the upstream repo for its early
    history, this may be the best that can be reconstructed at this late date. Most
    of these files are 'foundational' so have existed from the earliest days when
    record keeping wasn't quite what I'd wish for in hindsight. There was only
    really one change that I could easily cherry-pick (Colin's), so I did that.
    
  • bsd-user-pull-20210907-tag
    This series of patches gets me to the point that I can run "Hello World" on i386
    and x86_64. This is for static binaries only, that are relatively small, but
    it's better than the 100% instant mmap failre that is the current state of all
    things bsd-user in upstream qemu. Future patch sets will refine this, add
    the missing system calls, fix bugs preventing more sophisticated programms
    from running and add a bunch of new architecture support.
    
    There's three large themes in these patches, though the changes that
    represent them are interrelated making it hard to separate out further.
    1. Reorganization to support multiple OS and architectures (though I've only
       tested FreeBSD, other BSDs might not even compile yet).
    2. Diff reduction with the bsd-user fork for several files. These diffs include
       changes that borrowed from linux-user as well as changes to make things work
       on FreeBSD. The records keeping when this was done, however, was poor at
       best, so many of the specific borrowings are going unacknowledged here, apart
       from this general ack. These diffs also include some minor code shuffling.
       Some of the changes are done specifically to make it easier to rebase
       the bsd-user fork's changes when these land in the tree (a number of changes
       have been pushed there to make this more possible).
    3. Filling in the missing pieces to make things work. There's many changes to
       elfload to make it load things in the right places, to find the interpreter
       better, etc. There's changes to mmap.c to make the mappings work better and
       there's changes to main.c that were inspired, at least, by now-ancient changes
       to linux-user's main.c.
    
    I ran checkpatch.pl on this, and there's 350-odd errors it identifies (the vast
    majoirty come from BSD's fetish for tabs), so there will need to be a V2 to fix
    this at the very least. In addition, the change set is big (about +~4.5k/-~2.5k
    lines), so I anticipate some iteration as well just based on its sheer
    size. I've tried to keep each set small to make it easy to review in isolation,
    but I've also allowed some interrelated ones to get a little bigger than I'd
    normally like. I've not done the customary documentation of the expected
    checkpatch.pl output because it is large, and because I wanted to get review
    of the other parts rolling to get this project unstuck. Future versions of the
    patch will document the expected output.
    
    In addition, I noticed a number of places where I could modernize to make the
    code match things like linux-user better. I've resisted the urge to do these at
    this time, since it would complicate merging the other ~30k lines of diff that
    remains after this batch. Future batches should generally be smaller once this
    one has landed since they are, by and large, either a bunch of new files to
    support armv7, aarch64, riscv64, mips, mipsel, mips64, ppc, ppc64 and ppc64le,
    or are adding system calls, which can be done individually or small groups. I've
    removed sparc and sparc64 support as they've been removed from FreeBSD and
    have been near totally busted for years.
    
    Stacey Son did the bulk of this work originally, but since I had to move things
    around so much and/or retool that work in non-trivial ways, I've kept myself as
    author, and added his signed-off-by line. I'm unsure of the qemu standard
    practice for this, but am happy to learn if this is too far outside its current
    mainstream. For a while Sean Bruno did the merges from upstream, and he's
    credited using his signed-off-by in appropriate places, though for this patch
    set there's only a few. I've tried to ensure that others who have work in
    individual patches that I've aggregated together also are reflected in their
    signed-off-by. Given the chaotic stat of the upstream repo for its early
    history, this may be the best that can be reconstructed at this late date. Most
    of these files are 'foundational' so have existed from the earliest days when
    record keeping wasn't quite what I'd wish for in hindsight. There was only
    really one change that I could easily cherry-pick (Colin's), so I did that.
    
    v2: rejected patches dropped
        Use suggested glibc routines
        Updated to be closer to qemu style
        Disable bsd-user on netbsd and openbsd since they don't compile
        fold together a couple of related changes
        [[ tagged the review-by and acked-by from last series, but by hand...
          I think I got them all... ]]
    
    v3: Fix a bug in refactoring load_elf_sections and is_target_elf_binary
        Fix spelling errors in commit messages
        drop copy_cpu() patch until we use that function
        reword a few commit messages to make them clearer
        fix return value of setup_sigtramp to be 0 after #ifdef elimination
        Add patch to initialize random state and implement --seed
        Fix a boatload of style issues.
        Rebase to tip of master
    
    NOTE: checkpatch.pl will have several warning about line length > 80 and
    admonishment to not use architecture specific defines. The slightly long lines
    look a lot better than wrapping and the arch specific defines are basically
    required (one could wrap them, and I plan to in the future once I've pruned the
    obsolete ones in a future patch set: there's so many that errors would crop up
    if I were to do it now).
    
    Warner
    
    Colin Percival (1):
      bsd-user: Add '-0 argv0' option to bsd-user/main.c
    
    Warner Losh (42):
      bsd-user: remove sparc and sparc64
      bsd-user: add copyright header to elfload.c
      bsd-user: Add Stacey's copyright to main.c
      bsd-user: add license to bsdload.c
      bsd-user: style nits: bsdload.c whitespace to qemu standard
      bsd-user: Remove all non-x86 code from elfload.c
      bsd-user: move arch specific defines out of elfload.c
      bsd-user: pass the bsd_param into loader_exec
      bsd-user: Fix calculation of size to allocate
      bsd-user: implement path searching
      bsd-user: Eliminate elf personality
      bsd-user: remove a.out support
      bsd-user: TARGET_NGROUPS unused in this file, remove
      bsd-user: elfload: simplify bswap a bit.
      bsd-user: assume pthreads and support of __thread
      bsd-user: add host-os.h
      bsd-user: Include host-os.h from main
      bsd-user: save the path to the qemu emulator
      bsd-user: start to move target CPU functions to target_arch*
      bsd-user: Move per-cpu code into target_arch_cpu.h
      bsd-user: pull in target_arch_thread.h update target_arch_elf.h
      bsd-user: Include more things in qemu.h
      bsd-user: define max args in terms of pages
      bsd-user: Create target specific vmparam.h
      bsd-user: Add system independent stack, data and text limiting
      bsd-user: *BSD specific siginfo defintions
      bsd-user: Implement --seed and initialize random state
      bsd-user: Move stack initializtion into a per-os file.
      bsd-user: Add architecture specific signal tramp code
      bsd-user: elf cleanup
      bsd-user: Remove dead #ifdefs from elfload.c
      bsd-user: Rewrite target system call definintion glue
      bsd-user: Make cpu_model and cpu_type visible to all of main.c
      bsd-user: update debugging in mmap.c
      bsd-user: Add target_arch_reg to describe a target's register set
      bsd-user: Add target_os_user.h to capture the user/kernel structures
      bsd-user: add stubbed out core dump support
      bsd-user: elfload.c style catch up patch
      bsd-user: Refactor load_elf_sections and is_target_elf_binary
      bsd-user: move qemu_log to later in the file
      bsd-user: Implement interlock for atomic operations
      bsd-user: Update mapping to handle reserved and starting conditions
    
     bsd-user/bsd-mman.h                           |  121 --
     bsd-user/bsdload.c                            |  104 +-
     bsd-user/elfcore.c                            |   10 +
     bsd-user/elfload.c                            | 1469 +++++------------
     bsd-user/freebsd/host-os.h                    |   25 +
     bsd-user/freebsd/target_os_elf.h              |  137 ++
     bsd-user/freebsd/target_os_siginfo.h          |  145 ++
     bsd-user/freebsd/target_os_signal.h           |   78 +
     bsd-user/freebsd/target_os_stack.h            |  181 ++
     bsd-user/freebsd/target_os_thread.h           |   25 +
     bsd-user/freebsd/target_os_user.h             |  427 +++++
     bsd-user/freebsd/target_os_vmparam.h          |   38 +
     .../target_syscall.h => i386/target_arch.h}   |   27 +-
     bsd-user/i386/target_arch_cpu.c               |   76 +
     bsd-user/i386/target_arch_cpu.h               |  209 +++
     bsd-user/i386/target_arch_elf.h               |   35 +
     bsd-user/i386/target_arch_reg.h               |   82 +
     bsd-user/i386/target_arch_signal.h            |   94 ++
     bsd-user/i386/target_arch_sigtramp.h          |   29 +
     bsd-user/i386/target_arch_thread.h            |   47 +
     bsd-user/i386/target_arch_vmparam.h           |   46 +
     bsd-user/main.c                               |  836 ++--------
     bsd-user/mmap.c                               |  472 +++++-
     bsd-user/netbsd/host-os.h                     |   25 +
     bsd-user/netbsd/target_os_elf.h               |  146 ++
     bsd-user/netbsd/target_os_siginfo.h           |   82 +
     bsd-user/netbsd/target_os_signal.h            |   69 +
     bsd-user/netbsd/target_os_stack.h             |   56 +
     bsd-user/netbsd/target_os_thread.h            |   25 +
     bsd-user/openbsd/host-os.h                    |   25 +
     bsd-user/openbsd/target_os_elf.h              |  146 ++
     bsd-user/openbsd/target_os_siginfo.h          |   82 +
     bsd-user/openbsd/target_os_signal.h           |   69 +
     bsd-user/openbsd/target_os_stack.h            |   56 +
     bsd-user/openbsd/target_os_thread.h           |   25 +
     bsd-user/qemu.h                               |   63 +-
     bsd-user/sparc/target_arch_sysarch.h          |   52 -
     bsd-user/sparc64/target_arch_sysarch.h        |   52 -
     bsd-user/syscall.c                            |   11 -
     bsd-user/syscall_defs.h                       |  255 +--
     .../target_syscall.h => x86_64/target_arch.h} |   28 +-
     bsd-user/x86_64/target_arch_cpu.c             |   76 +
     bsd-user/x86_64/target_arch_cpu.h             |  247 +++
     bsd-user/x86_64/target_arch_elf.h             |   35 +
     bsd-user/x86_64/target_arch_reg.h             |   92 ++
     bsd-user/x86_64/target_arch_signal.h          |   94 ++
     bsd-user/x86_64/target_arch_sigtramp.h        |   29 +
     bsd-user/x86_64/target_arch_thread.h          |   40 +
     bsd-user/x86_64/target_arch_vmparam.h         |   46 +
     configure                                     |    7 +-
     meson.build                                   |    7 +-
     slirp                                         |    2 +-
     52 files changed, 4389 insertions(+), 2266 deletions(-)
     delete mode 100644 bsd-user/bsd-mman.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/elfcore.c
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/freebsd/host-os.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/freebsd/target_os_elf.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/freebsd/target_os_siginfo.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/freebsd/target_os_signal.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/freebsd/target_os_stack.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/freebsd/target_os_thread.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/freebsd/target_os_user.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/freebsd/target_os_vmparam.h
     rename bsd-user/{sparc/target_syscall.h => i386/target_arch.h} (60%)
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/i386/target_arch_cpu.c
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/i386/target_arch_cpu.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/i386/target_arch_elf.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/i386/target_arch_reg.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/i386/target_arch_signal.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/i386/target_arch_sigtramp.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/i386/target_arch_thread.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/i386/target_arch_vmparam.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/netbsd/host-os.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/netbsd/target_os_elf.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/netbsd/target_os_siginfo.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/netbsd/target_os_signal.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/netbsd/target_os_stack.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/netbsd/target_os_thread.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/openbsd/host-os.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/openbsd/target_os_elf.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/openbsd/target_os_siginfo.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/openbsd/target_os_signal.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/openbsd/target_os_stack.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/openbsd/target_os_thread.h
     delete mode 100644 bsd-user/sparc/target_arch_sysarch.h
     delete mode 100644 bsd-user/sparc64/target_arch_sysarch.h
     rename bsd-user/{sparc64/target_syscall.h => x86_64/target_arch.h} (59%)
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/x86_64/target_arch_cpu.c
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/x86_64/target_arch_cpu.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/x86_64/target_arch_elf.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/x86_64/target_arch_reg.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/x86_64/target_arch_signal.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/x86_64/target_arch_sigtramp.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/x86_64/target_arch_thread.h
     create mode 100644 bsd-user/x86_64/target_arch_vmparam.h
    
    --
    2.32.0
    
    
  • v6.1.0
    v6.1.0 release
    
  • v6.1.0-rc4
    v6.1.0-rc4 release
    
  • v6.1.0-rc3
    v6.1.0-rc3 release
    
  • v6.1.0-rc2
    v6.1.0-rc2 release
    
  • v6.1.0-rc1
    v6.1.0-rc1 release
    
  • v6.1.0-rc0
    v6.1.0-rc0 release
    
  • pull-bsd-user-20210511
    pull-bsd-user-20210511 is the next round of cleanups to bsd-user in merging the
    bsd-user fork into qemu. It contains a number of style commits, as well as 3
    commits that start to change things: Some unused files are deleted, building the
    sparc and sparc64 targets are removed, and a structure is renamed.
    
    The next set of pull requests will start to execute the following plan:
    1. Move existing code around to have a structure similar to the bsd-user fork.
    2. Incrementally merge groups of system calls, focused on making x86 work.
    3. Once the groups of system calls are all merged, additional platforms will
       be added back.
    4. Concurrently, as changes are requested as part of the merge happen, those
       changes will be merged into the fork. An experimental merge to tip of master
       is under test and is what will be updated.
    5. Eventually, there will be no diference, and the bsd-user fork will only
       be a staging area for cutting-edge features prior to upstreaming into
       qemu mainline.
    
    The bsd-user code in qemu has a lot of style issues. This cleans up a number in
    the files touched. However, the checkpatch.pl detects some incremental issues in
    the commits. The following are expected, but are corrected in later hashes in
    this branch. MAINTAINERS does not need to be updated, since all the files added
    or deleted are covered under existing regexp in MAINTAINERS.
    
    Checking all commits since f9a576a818044133f8564e0d243ebd97df0b3280...
    d60c3b932e2fa06aba5d7aa1c451b5d287095dc8:101: ERROR: consider using qemu_strtol in preference to strtol
    d60c3b932e2fa06aba5d7aa1c451b5d287095dc8:142: ERROR: braces {} are necessary for all arms of this statement
    d60c3b932e2fa06aba5d7aa1c451b5d287095dc8:145: ERROR: braces {} are necessary for all arms of this statement
    total: 3 errors, 0 warnings, 119 lines checked
    b4bebeee1dee8d333bfa105a6c28fec5eb34b147:148: WARNING: line over 80 characters
    b4bebeee1dee8d333bfa105a6c28fec5eb34b147:330: ERROR: braces {} are necessary for all arms of this statement
    b4bebeee1dee8d333bfa105a6c28fec5eb34b147:340: ERROR: braces {} are necessary for all arms of this statement
    b4bebeee1dee8d333bfa105a6c28fec5eb34b147:381: ERROR: space prohibited between function name and open parenthesis '('
    b4bebeee1dee8d333bfa105a6c28fec5eb34b147:390: ERROR: spaces required around that '<' (ctx:VxV)
    b4bebeee1dee8d333bfa105a6c28fec5eb34b147:408: WARNING: Block comments use a leading /* on a separate line
    b4bebeee1dee8d333bfa105a6c28fec5eb34b147:409: WARNING: Block comments use * on subsequent lines
    b4bebeee1dee8d333bfa105a6c28fec5eb34b147:409: WARNING: Block comments use a trailing */ on a separate line
    b4bebeee1dee8d333bfa105a6c28fec5eb34b147:441: WARNING: line over 80 characters
    b4bebeee1dee8d333bfa105a6c28fec5eb34b147:445: WARNING: line over 80 characters
    b4bebeee1dee8d333bfa105a6c28fec5eb34b147:502: ERROR: line over 90 characters
    b4bebeee1dee8d333bfa105a6c28fec5eb34b147:551: ERROR: space required after that ',' (ctx:VxV)
    b4bebeee1dee8d333bfa105a6c28fec5eb34b147:552: ERROR: space required after that ',' (ctx:VxV)
    b4bebeee1dee8d333bfa105a6c28fec5eb34b147:587: ERROR: space required after that ';' (ctx:VxV)
    b4bebeee1dee8d333bfa105a6c28fec5eb34b147:623: ERROR: suspect code indent for conditional statements (12, 14)
    total: 9 errors, 6 warnings, 664 lines checked
    86545e7afe3f822b8561c7ceee7540fc3b19c3f0:31: ERROR: space required after that ';' (ctx:VxV)
    86545e7afe3f822b8561c7ceee7540fc3b19c3f0:40: ERROR: space required after that ';' (ctx:VxV)
    total: 2 errors, 0 warnings, 60 lines checked
    Use of uninitialized value $acpi_testexpected in string eq at scripts/checkpatch.pl line 1529.
    65d58c91ef1a15ad945ece367983437576f8e82b:22: WARNING: added, moved or deleted file(s), does MAINTAINERS need updating?
    total: 0 errors, 1 warnings, 14 lines checked
    Use of uninitialized value $acpi_testexpected in string eq at scripts/checkpatch.pl line 1529.
    f8ce39701b5be032fb3f9c05e8adb4055f70eec2:21: WARNING: added, moved or deleted file(s), does MAINTAINERS need updating?
    total: 0 errors, 1 warnings, 0 lines checked
       FAIL one or more commits failed scripts/checkpatch.pl
    Cleaning up file based variables
    ERROR: Job failed: exit code 1
    
  • pull-bsd-user-20210430
    bsd-user: start to cleanup the mess
    
    A number of small cleanups to get started. All the checkpatch.pl warnings for
    bsdload.c have been fixed, as well as a warning from qemu.h (though more remain
    and this patch series fails the format check still). I've also fixed a
    compile-time warning about a missing break.
    
  • v6.0.0
    v6.0.0 release
    
  • v6.0.0-rc5
    v6.0.0-rc5 release
    
  • pull-request-2021-04-24a
    take 2 at version 2
    
  • pull-request-2021-04-24
    v2 of the patch (signed and pushed for dry run on pull request)