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1.239   ! yamt        1: #      $NetBSD: BRANCHES,v 1.238 2008/01/23 20:11:16 bouyer Exp $
1.1       lukem       2: #
                      3: # This file contains a list of branches that exist in the NetBSD CVS
                      4: # tree and their current state.
                      5: #
                      6: # This list is necessarily incomplete.
                      7: #
                      8: # Within reason, developers may create branch and version tags at any
                      9: # time for any purpose.  To avoid name collisions, private tags should
                     10: # have names which begin with the developer's NetBSD login name
                     11: # followed by a - or _ character (e.g., thorpej_scsipi,
                     12: # thorpej-signal)
                     13: #
                     14: # Any branch or version tag not listed here should be assumed to be
                     15: # private to the developer who created it.  It is inappropriate for
                     16: # anyone other than that developer to commit, move tags, or otherwise
                     17: # modify the contents of the branch.
                     18: #
                     19: # Please update this file when a new branch is ready for consumption
                     20: # by folks other than the maintainer, or when the use or status of an
                     21: # existing branch changes significantly.
                     22: #
                     23: # Format:
                     24: #   Branch:      name of branch
                     25: #   Description:  Purpose and intention of the branch
                     26: #   Status:      Active/Terminated/Dormant
                     27: #   Start Date:          date first instantiated
                     28: #   End Date:    date it was Terminated/made_Dormant, if any
                     29: #   Base Tag:    netbsd-1-5-base, etc.
                     30: #   Maintainer:          Somebody to blame.
                     31: #   Scope:       Portion of the tree covered.
                     32: #   Notes:       Various other info, perhaps explanation of special tags,
                     33: #                who-may-commit policies, etc.
1.79      briggs     34: #
                     35: # There are four sections to this file:
                     36: #   Release branches
                     37: #   Individual developers' branches (Active/Dormant)
                     38: #   Individual developers' branches (Terminated), and
                     39: #   other
                     40: #
                     41: # Entries within each section should be alphabetized.
                     42: #
1.1       lukem      43:
                     44:
                     45: # Release branches:
                     46:
                     47: Branch:                comdex-fall-1999
                     48: Description:   Special release branch for pre-1.5 release at
                     49:                Fall 1999 COMDEX.
                     50: Status:                Terminated
                     51: Start Date:
                     52: End Date:
                     53: Base Tag:      comdex-fall-1999-base
                     54: Maintainer:    ?
                     55: Scope:         Entire tree.
                     56: Notes:
                     57:
                     58: Branch:                netbsd-0-9
                     59: Description:   The NetBSD 0.9 release branch
                     60: Status:                Terminated
                     61: Start Date:
                     62: End Date:
                     63: Base Tag:      netbsd-0-9-base
1.10      salo       64: Maintainer:    Release Engineering <releng@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem      65: Scope:         Entire tree.
                     66: Notes:         Subsidiary tags of: netbsd-0-9-ALPHA, netbsd-0-9-ALPHA2,
                     67:                netbsd-0-9-BETA, netbsd-0-9-RELEASE.
                     68:                Commits restricted to release engineering.
                     69:
                     70: Branch:                netbsd-1-0
                     71: Description:   The NetBSD 1.0 release branch
                     72: Status:                Terminated
                     73: Start Date:
                     74: End Date:
                     75: Base Tag:      netbsd-1-0-base
1.10      salo       76: Maintainer:    Release Engineering <releng@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem      77: Scope:         Entire tree.
                     78: Notes:
                     79:                Commits restricted to release engineering.
                     80:
                     81: Branch:                netbsd-1-1
                     82: Description:   The NetBSD 1.1 release branch
                     83: Status:                Terminated
                     84: Start Date:
                     85: End Date:
                     86: Base Tag:      netbsd-1-1-base
1.10      salo       87: Maintainer:    Release Engineering <releng@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem      88: Scope:         Entire tree.
                     89: Notes:
                     90:                Commits restricted to release engineering.
                     91:
                     92: Branch:                netbsd-1-2
                     93: Description:   The NetBSD 1.2 release branch
                     94: Status:                Terminated
                     95: Start Date:
                     96: End Date:
                     97: Base Tag:      netbsd-1-2-base
1.10      salo       98: Maintainer:    Release Engineering <releng@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem      99: Scope:         Entire tree.
                    100: Notes:
                    101:                Commits restricted to release engineering.
                    102:
                    103: Branch:                netbsd-1-3
                    104: Description:   The NetBSD 1.3 release branch
                    105: Status:                Terminated
                    106: Start Date:
                    107: End Date:
                    108: Base Tag:      netbsd-1-3-base
1.10      salo      109: Maintainer:    Release Engineering <releng@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     110: Scope:         Entire tree.
                    111: Notes:
                    112:                Commits restricted to release engineering.
                    113:
                    114: Branch:                netbsd-1-4
                    115: Description:   The NetBSD 1.4 release branch
1.13      jmc       116: Status:                Terminated
1.1       lukem     117: Start Date:    1 Apr 2000
                    118: End Date:
                    119: Base Tag:      netbsd-1-4-base
1.10      salo      120: Maintainer:    1.4 Release Engineering <releng-1-4@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     121: Scope:         Entire tree.
                    122: Notes:
                    123:                Commits restricted to release engineering.
                    124:
                    125: Branch:                netbsd-1-5
                    126: Description:   The NetBSD 1.5 release branch
1.37      jmc       127: Status:                Terminated
1.1       lukem     128: Start Date:    20 Jun 2000
1.37      jmc       129: End Date:      26 Jan 2005
1.1       lukem     130: Base Tag:      netbsd-1-5-base
1.10      salo      131: Maintainer:    1.5 Release Engineering <releng-1-5@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     132: Scope:         Entire tree.
                    133: Notes:
                    134:                Commits restricted to release engineering.
1.6       lukem     135:
                    136: Branch:                netbsd-1-6
                    137: Description:   The NetBSD 1.6 release branch
1.91      wiz       138: Status:                Terminated
1.7       lukem     139: Start Date:    22 May 2002
1.6       lukem     140: End Date:
                    141: Base Tag:      netbsd-1-6-base
1.10      salo      142: Maintainer:    1.6 Release Engineering <releng-1-6@NetBSD.org>
1.6       lukem     143: Scope:         Entire tree.
                    144: Notes:
                    145:                Commits restricted to Release Engineering.
1.1       lukem     146:
1.88      riz       147: Branch:                netbsd-2
                    148: Description:    The NetBSD 2 release branch
                    149: Status:                Active
                    150: Start Date:    23 Dec 2004
                    151: End Date:
                    152: Base Tag:      netbsd-2-base
                    153: Maintainer:    2 Release Engineering <releng-2@NetBSD.org>
                    154: Scope:         Entire tree. (src + xsrc)
                    155: Notes:
                    156:                Commits restricted to Release Engineering.
                    157:
1.13      jmc       158: Branch:                netbsd-2-0
1.37      jmc       159: Description:   Originally the NetBSD 2.0 release branch and now the branch
                    160:                tracking security/critical fixes for the NetBSD 2.0 series
1.13      jmc       161: Status:                Active
1.37      jmc       162: Start Date:    28 Mar 2004 and changed for security/critical function on
                    163:                        23 Dec 2004
1.13      jmc       164: End Date:
                    165: Base Tag:      netbsd-2-0-base
                    166: Maintainer:    2.0 Release Engineering <releng-2-0@NetBSD.org>
                    167: Scope:         Entire tree. (src + xsrc)
1.37      jmc       168: Notes:         Branch was re-purposed to security/critical change function
                    169:                once 2.0 released. See netbsd-2 for current branch to track
                    170:                NetBSD 2 tree.
                    171:                Commits restricted to Release Engineering.
                    172:
1.88      riz       173: Branch:                netbsd-2-1
                    174: Description:   Tracking security/critical fixes for NetBSD 2.1
1.37      jmc       175: Status:                Active
1.88      riz       176: Start Date:     26 Oct 2005
1.37      jmc       177: End Date:
1.88      riz       178: Base Tag:      netbsd-2-1-RELEASE
1.37      jmc       179: Maintainer:    2 Release Engineering <releng-2@NetBSD.org>
                    180: Scope:         Entire tree. (src + xsrc)
1.88      riz       181: Notes:         Branch contains only security/critical fixes to
                    182:                NetBSD 2.1.  For new features, use netbsd-2 branch.
1.13      jmc       183:                Commits restricted to Release Engineering.
                    184:
1.36      jmc       185: Branch:                netbsd-3
                    186: Description:   The NetBSD 3 release branch
                    187: Status:                Active
                    188: Start Date:    16 Mar 2005
                    189: End Date:
                    190: Base Tag:      netbsd-3-base
1.37      jmc       191: Maintainer:    3 Release Engineering <releng-3@NetBSD.org>
1.36      jmc       192: Scope:         Entire tree. (src + xsrc)
                    193: Notes:
                    194:                Commits restricted to Release Engineering.
1.1       lukem     195:
1.88      riz       196: Branch:                netbsd-4
                    197: Description:   The NetBSD 4 release branch
1.51      riz       198: Status:                Active
1.88      riz       199: Start Date:    8 Aug 2006
1.51      riz       200: End Date:
1.88      riz       201: Base Tag:      netbsd-4-base
                    202: Maintainer:    4 Release Engineering <releng-4@NetBSD.org>
1.51      riz       203: Scope:         Entire tree. (src + xsrc)
1.88      riz       204: Notes:
1.51      riz       205:                Commits restricted to Release Engineering.
                    206:
1.79      briggs    207: ########################################################################
                    208: # Individual developers' branches (Active/Dormant):
                    209: ########################################################################
1.4       bjh21     210:
1.158     yamt      211: Branch:                ad-audiomp
                    212: Description:   Add MP locking to the audio drivers
                    213: Status:                Active
1.225     wiz       214: Start Date:    28 February 2007
1.158     yamt      215: End Date:
                    216: Base Tag:      ad-audiomp-base
                    217: Maintainer:    Andrew Doran <ad@NetBSD.org>
                    218: Scope:         kernel
                    219: Notes:         Making the audio drivers MP safe is necessary before efforts
                    220:                can be made to make the VM system MP safe. About 1/2 of the
                    221:                drivers are converted, the remaining 1/2 need more changes.
                    222:
                    223:                As of import this is snapshot of work in progress and so
                    224:                may not compile; in particular the midi changes are very
                    225:                much "in progress". The audio component has been tested
                    226:                and verified to work with emuxki and auvia. There may
                    227:                be a locking issue in the ac97 code at boot.
                    228:
                    229:                The are two locks per device instance, an ISR lock and
                    230:                a character device lock. The ISR lock replaces calls to
                    231:                splaudio()/splx(), and will be held across calls to device
                    232:                methods which were called at splaudio() before (e.g.
                    233:                trigger_output). The character device lock is held across
                    234:                calls to nearly all of the methods, excluding some only
1.225     wiz       235:                used for initialization, e.g. get_locks. This needs to be
1.158     yamt      236:                documented at merge time.
                    237:
                    238:                To test on a multi way x86 system, search for "mpsafe" in
                    239:                x86/x86/intr.c and change IPL_SCHED to IPL_AUDIO. Run a job
                    240:                that will acquire the ISR lock (depends on the hardware, but
                    241:                "while true; do mixerctl -a > /dev/null; done" may suffice).
                    242:                Play audio, run lockstat and verify that that there is
                    243:                contention on the ISR lock.
                    244:
1.4       bjh21     245: Branch:                bjh21-hydra
                    246: Description:   Simtec Hydra support and ARM SMP in general
1.90      bjh21     247: Status:                Dormant
1.4       bjh21     248: Start Date:    18 Oct 2002
                    249: End Date:
                    250: Base Tag:      bjh21-hydra-base
1.10      salo      251: Maintainer:    Ben Harris <bjh21@NetBSD.org>
1.4       bjh21     252: Scope:         sys/arch/arm sys/arch/acorn32
1.90      bjh21     253: Notes:         This code was on a branch because it involves changes to
1.4       bjh21     254:                cpuswitch.S which would otherwise make merging the
1.90      bjh21     255:                nathanw_sa branch difficult.
1.1       lukem     256:
1.201     chris     257: Branch:                chris-arm-intr-rework
                    258: Description:   Rework arm interrupt handling code
                    259: Status:                Active
                    260: Start Date:    11 Aug 2007
                    261: End Date:
                    262: Base Tag:      chris-arm-intr-rework-base
1.225     wiz       263: Maintainer:    Chris Gilbert <chris@NetBSD.org>
1.201     chris     264: Scope:         sys/arch/arm sys/arch/cats (other arm archs to follow)
                    265: Notes:         Rework arm interrupt code to provide a shared set of interrupt
                    266:                routines, and allow improvements to be shared across all arm
                    267:                based hardware.
                    268:
1.229     cube      269: Branch:                cube-autoconf
                    270: Description:   Renovate autoconf(9) API
                    271: Status:                Active
                    272: Start Date:    11 Dec 2007
                    273: End Date:
                    274: Base Tag:      cube-autoconf-base
                    275: Maintainer:    Quentin Garnier <cube@NetBSD.org>
                    276: Scope:         kernel usr.bin/config (and some other userland bits)
                    277: Notes:         Address a number of issues the current autoconf(9) API has.
                    278:
1.79      briggs    279: Branch:                gmcgarry_ctxsw
                    280: Description:   Separate scheduler from context-switch code
                    281: Status:                Dormant
                    282: Start Date:    18 December 2002
                    283: End Date:
                    284: Base Tag:      gmcgarry_ctxsw_base
                    285: Maintainer:    Gregory McGarry <gmcgarry@NetBSD.org>
                    286: Scope:         kernel
1.225     wiz       287: Notes:         Removing knowledge of the scheduler and its run queues
1.79      briggs    288:                from the machine-dependent context switch code is the
                    289:                first step in cleaning up the scheduler.  It is necessary
                    290:                for the newlock branch, making the scheduler SMP friendly,
                    291:                adding real-time scheduler extensions, and reducing the
                    292:                number of code paths for LWP and proc switching.
                    293:
                    294: Branch:                gmcgarry_ucred
                    295: Description:   Integrate and encapsulate user credentials
                    296: Status:                Dormant
                    297: Start Date:    18 December 2002
                    298: End Date:
                    299: Base Tag:      gmcgarry_ucred_base
                    300: Maintainer:    Gregory McGarry <gmcgarry@NetBSD.org>
                    301: Scope:         kernel
                    302: Notes:         merge pcred and ucred and poolify
                    303:
1.199     rjs       304: Branch:                hpcarm-cleanup
                    305: Description:   Fix build problems for hpcarm
                    306: Status:                Active
                    307: Start Date:    31 July 2007
                    308: End Date:
                    309: Base Tag:      hpcarm-cleanup-base
                    310: Maintainer:    Robert Swindells <rjs@NetBSD.org>
                    311: Scope:         kernel
                    312: Notes:         Modify SA11x0 interrupt code to match PXA2x0 equivalent.
                    313:
1.194     itohy     314: Branch:                itohy-usb1
                    315: Description:   USB stack overhaul, mostly DMA related
                    316: Status:                Active
                    317: Start Date:    22 May 2007
                    318: End Date:
                    319: Base Tag:      itohy-usb1-base
                    320: Maintainer:    ITOH Yasufumi <itohy@NetBSD.org>
                    321: Scope:         kernel
                    322: Notes:         To check out the kernel source tree,
                    323:                1. check out checkout script
                    324:                        cvs checkout -ritohy-usb1 src/sys/dev/usb/filelist
                    325:                2. update files in the branch
                    326:                        sh -e src/sys/dev/usb/filelist
                    327:
1.79      briggs    328: Branch:                kame
                    329: Description:   KAME Project
                    330: Status:                Dormant
                    331: Start Date:    28 Jun 1999
                    332: End Date:
                    333: Base Tag:
                    334: Maintainer:    Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino <itojun@NetBSD.org>
                    335: Scope:         kernel
                    336: Notes:         http://www.kame.net
                    337:                Used for "reference" purposes for early part of KAME
                    338:                integration effort.  The branch is not actively used, as I
                    339:                (itojun) use patch(1) and diff(1) for the KAME syncs.
                    340:
                    341: Branch:                kent-audio2
                    342: Description:   In-kernel audio mixer
                    343: Status:                Active
                    344: Start Date:    Sun Jan 16 2005
                    345: End Date:
                    346: Base Tag:      kent-audio2-base
                    347: Maintainer:    TAMURA Kent <kent@NetBSD.org>
                    348: Scope:         kernel (audio device drivers)
                    349: Notes:         http://mail-index.netbsd.org/tech-kern/2004/12/03/0007.html
                    350:                Please consult with the maintainer before committing
                    351:                to this branch.
                    352:                This branch is not expected to be compilable yet.
                    353:
                    354: Branch:                matt-timespec
                    355: Description:   Convert the kernel to struct timespec as its primary time
                    356:                storage mechanism.
1.197     matt      357: Status:                Inactive
1.79      briggs    358: Start Date:    2005-02-19
                    359: End Date:
                    360: Base Tag:
                    361: Maintainer:    Matt Thomas <matt@NetBSD.org>
                    362: Scope:         kernel
                    363: Notes:
                    364:
1.197     matt      365: Branch:                matt-mips64
                    366: Description:   Rototill the mips code to support LP64 mips and N32/N64 ABIs
                    367: Status:                Active
                    368: Start Date:    2007-07-17
                    369: End Date:
1.206     matt      370: Base Tag:      matt-mips64-base
                    371: Maintainer:    Matt Thomas <matt@NetBSD.org>
                    372: Scope:         kernel & userland
                    373: Notes:
                    374:
                    375: Branch:                matt-armv6
                    376: Description:   Rototill the arm code to support features present in the
1.225     wiz       377:                v6 of the ARM Architecture.  Additionally, clean up things
1.206     matt      378:                along the way to use common practices.
                    379: Status:                Active
                    380: Start Date:    2007-08-27
                    381: End Date:
                    382: Base Tag:      matt-armv6-base
1.197     matt      383: Maintainer:    Matt Thomas <matt@NetBSD.org>
                    384: Scope:         kernel & userland
                    385: Notes:
                    386:
1.224     mjf       387: Branch:                mjf-devfs
1.225     wiz       388: Description:   device file system supporting dynamic device nodes
1.224     mjf       389: Status:                Active
                    390: Start Date:    12 November 2007
                    391: End Date:
                    392: Base Tag:      mjf-devfs-base
                    393: Maintainer:    Matt Fleming <mjf@NetBSD.org>
                    394: Scope:         kernel and userland
                    395: Notes:         This branch will move away from the static device nodes that
                    396:                are created with MAKEDEV scripts and allow nodes to be created
                    397:                and removed dynamically as devices are attached and detached
                    398:                from the machine.
                    399:
                    400: Branch:                mjf-ufs-trans
1.225     wiz       401: Description:   file system transactions for ufs
1.224     mjf       402: Status:                Active
                    403: Start Date:    12 March 2007
                    404: End Date:
                    405: Base Tag:      mjf-ufs-trans-base
                    406: Maintainer:    Matt Fleming <mjf@NetBSD.org>
                    407: Scope:         kernel
                    408: Notes:
                    409:
1.79      briggs    410: Branch:                pkgviews
                    411: Description:   package views, enabling multiple conflicting packages to co-exist
                    412: Status:                Active
                    413: Start Date:    22 July 2002
                    414: End Date:
                    415: Base Tag:      pkgviews
                    416: Maintainer:    Alistair Crooks <agc@NetBSD.org>
                    417: Scope:         pkgsrc, basesrc/usr.sbin/pkg_install
                    418: Notes:         A more flexible infrastructure for third-party packages by
                    419:                allowing multiple conflicting packages and versions to co-exist
                    420:                within the same tree
                    421:
                    422: Branch:                rpaulo-netinet-merge-pcb
                    423: Description:   merge in6pcb with inpcb
1.133     rpaulo    424: Status:                Dormant
1.79      briggs    425: Start Date:    Wed Feb 01 2006
                    426: End Date:
                    427: Base Tag:      rpaulo-netinet-merge-pcb-base
                    428: Maintainer:    Rui Paulo <rpaulo@NetBSD.org>
                    429: Scope:         src/sys
1.135     rpaulo    430: Notes:         No longer active due to the lack of time. If you plan to
                    431:                continue this branch, sys/netinet/in_pcb.h already contains
                    432:                the proposed structure layout (which was roughly discussed
                    433:                in the tech-net mailing list).
                    434:                I also defined INP_*() macros to mimicate FreeBSD's inpcb
                    435:                locking style, but currently they do nothing and are not
                    436:                yet called at the correct places (needs discussion about
                    437:                kernel fine-grained locking).
                    438:                To continue this branch, one needs to read all the relevant
                    439:                inpcb/in6pcb source files and change the function names,
1.225     wiz       440:                structure names, structure fields according to the new
1.135     rpaulo    441:                layout (in6pcb is gone).
                    442:                Don't try to build a kernel from this branch because it won't
                    443:                work. The missing pieces required to do a complete build
                    444:                were not committed because they were incomplete and generated
                    445:                panics.
                    446:                You shouldn't need to worry about KAME syncs because
                    447:                they did most of them by now.
                    448:                After the work is done, you are required to test the branch
                    449:                (before the merge to -current) with an interop IPv6 test.
                    450:                More info at: http://www.tahi.org/
1.79      briggs    451:
                    452: Branch:                rtr-xorg-branch
                    453: Description:   xorg & static build alterations to src/x11
                    454: Status:                Active
                    455: Start Date:    Nov 15 2004
                    456: End Date:
                    457: Base tag:      rtr-xorg-branch-base
                    458: Maintainer:    Tyler R. Retzlaff <rtr@NetBSD.org>
                    459: Scope:         x11
                    460:                distrib/sets/lists
                    461:                share/mk/bsd.x11.mk
                    462:                share/mk/bsd.own.mk
                    463:                etc/mtree/NetBSD.dist
                    464: Notes:         Requires parts of xsrc/xfree (HEAD)
                    465:                xsrc/local, xsrc/xfree/xc/programs/Xserver/hw/netbsd
                    466:                Requires xorg (XORG-6_8_1)
                    467:
1.191     wrstuden  468: Branch:        wrstuden-fixsa
                    469: Description:   Fix a number of issues present with Scheduler Activations.
                    470: Status:        Active
                    471: Start Date:    15 May 2007
                    472: End Date:
                    473: Base Tag:      wrstuden-fixsa-base
                    474: Maintainer:    Bill Stouder-Studenmund <wrstuden@NetBSD.org>
                    475: Scope:         src, though all the interesting stuff is in the kernel
                    476:                or lib/libpthread or maybe gdb.
                    477: Notes:         This branch is based off of the netbsd-4 branch!
                    478:                This branch is intended to stage improvements for the
                    479:                Scheduler Activations system for NetBSD 4. Improvements
                    480:                include not allocating memory while preparing to tsleep(),
                    481:                reducing inappropriate upcall delivery (hopefully also
                    482:                eliminating the need to mlock stacks), and being
                    483:                able to pthread_kill() running threads.
                    484:
1.227     yamt      485: Branch:                yamt-kmem
                    486: Description:
                    487:                - separate kernel va allocation from kernel fault handling.
                    488:                - make kmem_alloc interrupt-safe.
                    489: Status:                Active
                    490: Start Date:    Sun Dec  9 2007
                    491: End Date:
1.231     yamt      492: Base Tag:      yamt-kmem-base3
1.227     yamt      493: Maintainer:    YAMAMOTO Takashi <yamt@NetBSD.org>
                    494: Scope:         src/sys  (src/common is tagged but not branched)
                    495: Notes:
1.234     yamt      496:                todo:
                    497:                - investigate if PMAP_PREFER equivalent can be done
                    498:                  with vmem_xalloc.  find a tester with hardware for it.
                    499:                - g/c replaced code, including kmapent and malloc.
                    500:                - consider to remove other submaps.  eg. mb_map
1.227     yamt      501:
1.79      briggs    502: Branch:                yamt-lazymbuf
                    503: Description:   implement and evaluate lazy mapping of mbuf external data pages
1.195     yamt      504:                also, change the way to share mbuf external storage.
1.92      yamt      505:                it's intended as the first step of larger changes.
                    506:                        1. support operations (esp. bus_dma load) on
                    507:                           unmapped mbuf.
                    508:                        2. unify mbuf and buf.
                    509:                           (or, at least some parts of them)
                    510:                        3. then it should be trivial to implement
                    511:                           i/o coalescing, etc.
1.79      briggs    512: Status:                Active
                    513: Start Date:    Wed Jul  6 2005
                    514: End Date:
1.239   ! yamt      515: Base Tag:      yamt-lazymbuf-base10
1.79      briggs    516: Maintainer:    YAMAMOTO Takashi <yamt@NetBSD.org>
1.152     yamt      517: Scope:         src/sys  (src/common is tagged but not branched)
1.79      briggs    518: Notes:
1.195     yamt      519:                i386            DONE
                    520:                amd64           DONE
                    521:                other ports should work as the trunk does.
                    522:                (conditionalized by __HAVE_LAZY_MBUF macro)
1.79      briggs    523:
1.163     reinoud   524: Branch:                reinoud-bufcleanup
1.164     reinoud   525: Description:   implement and evaluate struct buf usage cleanup strategies.
                    526:                Ideas currently in mind (preference for b):
                    527:                a)
1.163     reinoud   528:                        1. use of bio_ops per buffer.
                    529:                        2. allow chaining/overloading of functions in bio_ops
                    530:                           and provide some private context.
1.225     wiz       531:                        3. extend the bio_ops with commonly used functionality
1.163     reinoud   532:                           like pending action counting, custom context passing,
                    533:                           last minute processing of buffer data, buffer cache
                    534:                           etc.
                    535:                        4. investigate the use of the kcont()
                    536:                           continuation-passing framework for async io
                    537:                           completion notification for bufs
1.164     reinoud   538:                        ...
                    539:                b)
                    540:                        1. all sequencing use of B_CALL replaced by
                    541:                           device-threads, if possible generic code around BUFQ
1.225     wiz       542:                        2. possibly use kcont() for async IO finished signaling
1.164     reinoud   543:                        3. counter of pending and queued actions requestable
                    544:                           by IOCTL interface?
                    545:                        4. implement `last minute buffer fixup' calls and maybe
                    546:                           even finished I/O calls as vnode operations
                    547:                        ...
1.163     reinoud   548: Status:                Active
                    549: Start Date:    Thu Mar 15 2007
                    550: End Date:
                    551: Base Tag:      reinoud-bufcleanup-base
                    552: Maintainer:    Reinoud Zandijk <reinoud@NetBSD.org>
                    553: Scope:         src/sys and src/common
1.225     wiz       554: Notes:         Used as experiment sandbox and if successful hopefully one day
                    555:                to be integrated.
1.163     reinoud   556:
1.175     thorpej   557: Branch:                thorpej-atomic
                    558: Description:   Implementation of an atomic memory operations API modeled
                    559:                after the one in Solaris 10.
                    560: Status:                Active
                    561: Start Date:    Apr 11 2007
                    562: End Date:
                    563: Base tag:      thorpej-atomic-base
                    564: Maintainer:    Jason Thorpe <thorpej@netbsd.org>
                    565: Scope:         src/common
                    566:                src/sys
1.176     thorpej   567: Notes:         Base atomic primitives need to be implemented for
                    568:                all of the supported architectures:
                    569:
1.179     thorpej   570:                alpha           DONE
1.180     thorpej   571:                arm             DONE
1.176     thorpej   572:                hppa
1.179     thorpej   573:                i386            DONE
1.176     thorpej   574:                ia64
1.182     thorpej   575:                m68k            DONE (except for 68010)
1.176     thorpej   576:                mips
                    577:                ns32k
1.184     thorpej   578:                powerpc         DONE except for membar_*()
1.185     thorpej   579:                powerpc64       DONE except for membar_*()
1.176     thorpej   580:                sh3
1.185     thorpej   581:                sparc           DONE except for membar_*()
                    582:                sparc64         DONE except for membar_*()
1.176     thorpej   583:                vax
1.179     thorpej   584:                x86_64          DONE
                    585:
                    586:                Tested:
                    587:
                    588:                alpha           NO
                    589:                arm             NO
                    590:                hppa            NO
                    591:                i386            NO
                    592:                ia64            NO
                    593:                m68k            NO
                    594:                mips            NO
                    595:                ns32k           NO
                    596:                powerpc         NO
                    597:                powerpc64       NO
                    598:                sh3             NO
                    599:                sparc           NO
                    600:                sparc64         NO
                    601:                vax             NO
                    602:                x86_64          NO
                    603:
                    604:                TODO:
                    605:
                    606:                all             - Need to replace mb_*() with membar_*().
1.180     thorpej   607:
1.184     thorpej   608:                                - Audit MUTEX_CAS() and RWLOCK_CAS() uses
                    609:                                  to see of membar_enter() is required here.
                    610:
1.185     thorpej   611:                                - Talk to ad@ -- figure out of non-atomic
                    612:                                  mutex / rwlock release is actually safe.
                    613:
1.180     thorpej   614:                arm             - Consider using a RAS technique like
                    615:                                  MIPS uses for _lock_cas() and the mutex
                    616:                                  stubs.  Possibly do more than one atomic
                    617:                                  op as a RAS.  Possibly implement mutex
                    618:                                  stubs using the technique.
1.182     thorpej   619:
                    620:                m68k            - Need to do 68010 support.
1.179     thorpej   621:
                    622:                i386            - Need to change when x86_patch() is called
                    623:                                  so we can test ncpus.
                    624:
1.184     thorpej   625:                powerpc         - Figure out if we need barriers in the
                    626:                                  atomic ops themselves (hopefully not!)
                    627:
1.179     thorpej   628:                x86_64          - Need to change when x86_patch() is called
                    629:                                  so we can test ncpus.
1.79      briggs    630:
                    631: ########################################################################
                    632: # Individual developers' branches (Terminated):
                    633: ########################################################################
                    634:
1.1       lukem     635: Branch:                bouyer-scsipi
                    636: Description:   Integration of atapi support
                    637: Status:                Terminated
                    638: Start Date:
                    639: End Date:
                    640: Base Tag:
1.10      salo      641: Maintainer:    Manuel Bouyer <bouyer@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     642: Scope:         kernel
                    643: Notes:         Superseded by thorpej_scsipi
                    644:
1.79      briggs    645: Branch:                bouyer-xen2
                    646: Description:   update xen port to xen 2.0, with support for domain0 operations
                    647: Status:                Terminated
                    648: Start Date:    Dec 13 2004
                    649: End Date:      Mar 10 2005
                    650: Base Tag:      netbsd-2-base
                    651: Maintainer:    Manuel Bouyer <bouyer@NetBSD.org>
                    652: Scope:         src/sys/arch/xen
                    653: Notes:
                    654:
1.220     bouyer    655: Branch:                bouyer-xenamd64
                    656: Description:   add amd64 support to Xen and rework some parts to share more code between Xen and others
                    657: Status:                Terminated
                    658: Start Date:    18 Oct 2007
                    659: End Date:      22 Nov 2007
                    660: Base Tag:      bouyer-xenamd64-base
                    661: Maintainer:    Manuel Bouyer <bouyer@NetBSD.org>
                    662: Scope:         kernel
                    663: Notes:
                    664:
1.238     bouyer    665: Branch:                bouyer-xeni386
                    666: Description:   switch xen on i386 to the x86 pmap and the xen/x86/x86_xpmap.c bootstrap, and add i386 PAE support
                    667: Status:                Active
                    668: Start Date:    10 Dec 2007
                    669: End Date:      23 Jan 2008
                    670: Base Tag:      bouyer-xeni386-base
                    671: Maintainer:    Manuel Bouyer <bouyer@NetBSD.org>
                    672: Scope:         kernel
                    673: Notes:
                    674:
1.87      chap      675: Branch:        chap-midi
                    676: Description:   Renovation of MIDI support
                    677: Status:        Terminated; merged to -current
                    678: Start Date:    19 May 2006
                    679: End Date:      30 Jun 2006
                    680: Base Tag:      chap-midi-base
                    681: Maintainer:    Chapman Flack <chap@NetBSD.org>
                    682: Scope:         sys, share/man, usr.bin
                    683: Notes:
                    684:
1.1       lukem     685: Branch:                chs-ubc
1.44      chs       686: Description:   Unified Buffer Cache
                    687: Status:                Terminated
1.1       lukem     688: Start Date:
                    689: End Date:
                    690: Base Tag:      chs-ubc-base
1.10      salo      691: Maintainer:    Chuck Silvers <chs@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     692: Scope:         kernel
                    693: Notes:
                    694:
                    695: Branch:                chs-ubc2
1.44      chs       696: Description:    Unified Buffer Cache
                    697: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
1.1       lukem     698: Start Date:
                    699: End Date:
                    700: Base Tag:      chs-ubc2-base, chs-ubc2-newbase
1.10      salo      701: Maintainer:    Chuck Silvers <chs@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     702: Scope:         kernel
                    703: Notes:
                    704:
                    705: Branch:                cjs-build-against-obj-dir
                    706: Description:   ?
                    707: Status:                ?
                    708: Start Date:
                    709: End Date:
                    710: Base Tag:
1.10      salo      711: Maintainer:    Curt Sampson <cjs@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     712: Scope:         Entire tree.
                    713: Notes:
                    714:
                    715: Branch:                eeh-paddr_t
1.44      chs       716: Description:   use separate types for virtual vs. physical addresses
                    717: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
1.1       lukem     718: Start Date:
                    719: End Date:
                    720: Base Tag:      eeh-paddr_t-base
1.10      salo      721: Maintainer:    Eduardo Horvath <eeh@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     722: Scope:         kernel
1.44      chs       723: Notes:         This is needed to support 32-bit kernels on sparc64.
1.1       lukem     724:
1.79      briggs    725: Branch:                elad-kernelauth
                    726: Description:   Native NetBSD implementation of Apple's kernel authorization
                    727:                based on TN2127. This is a "clean-room" implementation to
                    728:                avoid any licensing issues.
                    729: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
                    730: Start Date:    Tue Mar  7 2006
                    731: End Date:      Mon May 15 2006
                    732: Base Tag:      elad-kernelauth-base
                    733: Maintainer:    Elad Efrat <elad@NetBSD.org>
                    734: Scope:         src/sys, src/share/man/man9/Makefile,
                    735:                src/share/man/man9/kauth.h, src/distrib/sets/lists/comp/mi
                    736: Notes:
                    737:
1.1       lukem     738: Branch:                fvdl-softdep
                    739: Description:   FFS soft dependencies
1.44      chs       740: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
1.1       lukem     741: Start Date:
                    742: End Date:
                    743: Base Tag:      fvdl-softdep-base
1.10      salo      744: Maintainer:    Frank van der Linden <fvdl@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     745: Scope:         kernel
                    746: Notes:
                    747:
                    748: Branch:                gehenna-devsw
                    749: Description:   auto-generation of devsw table
                    750: Status:                Terminated
                    751: Start Date:    16 May 2002
                    752: End Date:      6 Sep 2002
                    753: Base Tag:      gehenna-devsw-base
1.10      salo      754: Maintainer:    MAEKAWA Masahide <gehenna@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     755: Scope:         syssrc
                    756: Notes:         The goal is to get rid of the existing device switch tables in
                    757:                port-dependent conf.c and to generate them dynamically by
                    758:                config(8).
1.8       gmcgarry  759:
1.1       lukem     760: Branch:                is-newarp
1.23      is        761: Description:   ARP for non-Ethernet
                    762: Status:                Terminated; merged before NetBSD 1.3
                    763: Start Date:    1996/10/13
                    764: End Date:      1997/03/15
1.1       lukem     765: Base Tag:      is-newarp-base
1.10      salo      766: Maintainer:    Ignatios Souvatzis <is@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     767: Scope:         kernel
                    768: Notes:
                    769:
1.226     jmcneill  770: Branch:                jmcneill-pm
                    771: Description:   Power management framework overhaul, ACPI improvements
                    772: Status:                Terminated; merged before NetBSD 5.0
                    773: Start Date:    3 Aug 2007
                    774: End Date:      9 Dec 2007
                    775: Base Tag:      jmcneill-pm-base
                    776: Maintainer:    Jared D. McNeill <jmcneill@NetBSD.org>
                    777: Scope:         kernel
                    778: Notes:
                    779:
1.1       lukem     780: Branch:                kenh-if-detach
                    781: Description:   Interface detach support.
                    782: Status:                ?
                    783: Start Date:
                    784: End Date:
                    785: Base Tag:      kenh-if-detach-base
1.10      salo      786: Maintainer:    Ken Hornstein <kenh@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     787: Scope:         kernel
                    788: Notes:
                    789:
1.16      kent      790: Branch:                kent-audio1
                    791: Description:   Audio converter pipeline
1.18      kent      792: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
1.16      kent      793: Start Date:    Tue Dec  7 2004
1.17      kent      794: End Date:      Tue Jan 11 2005
                    795: Base Tag:      kent-audio1-base
                    796: Maintainer:    TAMURA Kent <kent@NetBSD.org>
                    797: Scope:         kernel (audio device drivers)
                    798: Notes:         http://mail-index.netbsd.org/tech-kern/2004/12/03/0007.html
                    799:                Please consult with the maintainer before committing
                    800:                to this branch.
                    801:
1.1       lukem     802: Branch:                kqueue
                    803: Description:   kqueue kernel event notification mechanism (from FreeBSD)
1.5       jdolecek  804: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
1.1       lukem     805: Start Date:    Tue Jul 10 23:08:38 EST 2001
1.5       jdolecek  806: End Date:      Tue Oct 24 09:14:14 GMT 2002
1.1       lukem     807: Base Tag:      kqueue-base
                    808: Maintainer:    Jaromir Dolecek <jdolecek@NetBSD.org>
                    809: Scope:         kernel, libc/sys, share/man/man9, usr.bin/fstat
                    810: Notes:         Integration of FreeBSD's kqueue(2) mechanism, with various
                    811:                local internal changes to better suit NetBSD, and
                    812:                enhancements such as looking up filters by name or
                    813:                number, and dynamic registration of "user" filters.
                    814:                The work is complete as is, but is awaiting more
                    815:                feedback from various kernel gurus before going mainline.
1.11      skrll     816:
                    817: Branch:                ktrace-lwp
                    818: Description:   ktrace support for lwp ids.
1.59      skrll     819: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
1.11      skrll     820: Start Date:    Wed Jul  2 15:27:30 UTC 2003
1.59      skrll     821: End Date:      Sun Dec 11 12:25:29 UTC 2005
1.11      skrll     822: Base Tag:      ktrace-lwp-base
1.12      grant     823: Maintainer:    Darren Reed <darrenr@NetBSD.org>
1.11      skrll     824: Scope:         sys
                    825: Notes:
1.1       lukem     826:
                    827: Branch:                marc-pcmcia
                    828: Description:   PCMCIA support
                    829: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
                    830: Start Date:
                    831: End Date:
                    832: Base Tag:      marc-pcmcia-base, marc-pcmcia-bp
1.10      salo      833: Maintainer:    Marc Horowitz <marc@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     834: Scope:         kernel
                    835: Notes:
                    836:
                    837: Branch:                minoura_x68k_bus_h
                    838: Description:   bus_space(9) and bus_dma(9) implementation for x68k
                    839: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
                    840: Start Date:    23 Dec 1998
                    841: End Date:      16 Mar 1999
                    842: Base Tag:      minoura_x68k_bus_h-base
1.10      salo      843: Maintainer:    Minoura Makoto <minoura@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     844: Scope:         sys/arch/x68k
                    845: Notes:
                    846:
                    847: Branch:                minoura-xpg4dl
                    848: Description:   Citrus Project locale subsystem
                    849: Status:                Terminated; (partly) merged to -current
                    850: Start Date:    28 March 2000
                    851: End Date:
                    852: Base Tag:      minoura-xpg4dl-base
1.10      salo      853: Maintainer:    Minoura Makoto <minoura@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     854: Scope:         basesrc, syssrc, sharesrc
                    855: Notes:         Citrus Project is developing dynamically-loadable, codeset-
                    856:                independent locale subsystem.  Part of the implementation
                    857:                (LC_CTYPE) called XPG4DL is now integrated to -current.
                    858:
                    859: Branch:                mrg-vm-swap
1.49      mrg       860: Description:   dynamic swap allocation, swap-to-files support
1.225     wiz       861: Status:                Terminated; abandoned for mrg-vm-swap2
1.49      mrg       862: Start Date:    12 February 1997
                    863: End Date:      15 March 1997
                    864: Base Tag:      [none]
                    865: Maintainer:    Matthew R. Green <mrg@NetBSD.org>
                    866: Scope:         kernel
                    867: Notes:
                    868:
                    869: Branch:                mrg-vm-swap2
                    870: Description:   dynamic swap allocation, swap-to-files support
                    871: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
                    872: Start Date:    4 May 1997
                    873: End Date:      12 June 1997
                    874: Base Tag:      mrg-vm-swap2-base
1.10      salo      875: Maintainer:    Matthew R. Green <mrg@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     876: Scope:         kernel
                    877: Notes:
                    878:
                    879: Branch:                nathanw_sa
                    880: Description:   Scheduler activations
1.44      chs       881: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
1.1       lukem     882: Start Date:    5 March 2001
1.9       thorpej   883: End Date:      18 January 2003
1.1       lukem     884: Base Tag:      nathanw_sa_base
1.10      salo      885: Maintainer:    Nathan Williams <nathanw@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     886: Scope:         kernel, libc, libkvm, libpthread, libpthread_dbg, include,
                    887:                bin/ps usr.bin/systat usr.bin/top usr.bin/w
                    888:                gnu/dist/toolchain/gdb gnu/usr.bin/gdb
                    889: Notes:         The idea of scheduler activations is described in the
                    890:                classic paper by Anderson et al., in ACM Transactions
                    891:                a on Computer Systems volume 10 issue 1 (1992),which
                    892:                can be found at
                    893:                http://www.acm.org/pubs/citations/journals/tocs/1992-10-1/p53-anderson/
                    894:                Many ideas in the implementation are based on the
                    895:                implementation of scheduler activations added to Mach
                    896:                3.0 and described by Davis et al. in the University of
                    897:                Washington CS tech report 92-08-93, which can be found
                    898:                at
                    899:                ftp://ftp.cs.washington.edu/tr/1992/08/UW-CSE-92-08-03.PS.Z
                    900:
                    901:                My USENIX paper on the subject can be found at
                    902:                http://web.mit.edu/nathanw/www/usenix/
                    903:
                    904:                Please consult with the maintainer before committing
                    905:                to this branch.
                    906:                Other tags starting with nathanw_sa reserved for
                    907:                branch management and are not guaranteed to be stable.
1.9       thorpej   908:
                    909:                Trunk tagged with "nathanw_sa_before_merge" prior to
                    910:                merging branch down to trunk.  Branch tagged with
                    911:                "nathanw_sa_end" to indicate the ending revision of
                    912:                the branch.
1.1       lukem     913:
1.217     joerg     914: Branch:                newlock
                    915: Description:   New locking primitives, based on Solaris's
                    916: Status:                Terminated
                    917: Start Date:    March 9, 2002
1.225     wiz       918: End Date:      February 12, 2007
1.217     joerg     919: Base Tag:      newlock-base
                    920: Maintainer:    Jason R. Thorpe <thorpej@NetBSD.org>
                    921: Scope:         Kernel
                    922: Notes:         The goal is to replace the existing lockmgr() and
                    923:                simple_lock() based locking mechanisms with the
                    924:                primitives found in Solaris: mutexes and rwlocks.
1.225     wiz       925:                Superseded by the newlock2 branch.
1.217     joerg     926:
                    927: Branch:                newlock2
                    928: Description:   New locking primitives, based on Solaris's
                    929: Status:                Terminated
                    930: Start Date:    September 9, 2006
1.225     wiz       931: End Date:      February 12, 2007
1.217     joerg     932: Base Tag:      newlock2-base
                    933: Maintainer:    Andrew Doran <ad@NetBSD.org>
                    934: Scope:         Kernel
                    935: Notes:         As per the newlock branch, however given the amount of time
                    936:                the original branch has lain dormant, a new one has been
                    937:                created.  Goals:
                    938:                - Implement new locking primitives on most-used ports.
                    939:                - Minor locking improvements.
                    940:                - Remove spinlockmgr().
                    941:
                    942: Branch:                nick-csl-alignment
                    943: Description:   Provide correctly aligned __cpu_simple_lock_t for hppa
                    944: Status:                Terminated
                    945: Start Date:    2007-07-18
                    946: End Date:
                    947: Base Tag:      nick-csl-alignment-base5
                    948: Maintainer:    Nick Hudson <skrll@NetBSD.org>
                    949: Scope:         sys, lib/libpthread, lib/libpthread_dbg
                    950: Notes:
                    951:
1.1       lukem     952: Branch:                perseant-lfsv2
                    953: Description:   LFS incompatible on-disk data structure changes
                    954: Status:                Terminated
                    955: Start Date:    27 June 2001
                    956: End Date:      16 July 2001
                    957: Base Tag:      perseant-lfsv2-base
1.10      salo      958: Maintainer:    Konrad Schroder <perseant@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem     959: Scope:         basesrc/{sbin/*lfs,libexec/lfs_cleanerd,usr.sbin/dumplfs}, syssrc/sys/ufs
                    960: Notes:         This branch should be short-lived, I expect to merge as soon
                    961:                as the data structures required for unremove are in and tested.
                    962:
1.217     joerg     963: Branch:                ppcoea-renovation
                    964: Description:   General renovation and cleanup of all OEA PowerPC ports.
                    965: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
                    966: Start Date:    30 April 2007
                    967: End Date:      15 October 2007
                    968: Base Tag:      ppcoea-renovation-base
                    969: Maintainer:    Tim Rightnour <garbled@netbsd.org>
                    970: Scope:         src/sys/arch
                    971: Notes:         This branch is for a general cleanup of all OEA-based PowerPC
                    972:                ports. OEA (Operating Environment Architecture) PowerPC refers
                    973:                to the 601, 603, 604, and similar chips.  Specifically, not the
                    974:                403/401 and other embedded chips. The general concept is to get
                    975:                them all compiling, and sharing as much code as possible.  All
                    976:                developers are welcome to commit to this branch.
                    977:
1.174     thorpej   978: Branch:                thorpej-devvp
                    979: Description:   replace dev_t with struct vnode * in devsw entry points
                    980: Status:                Terminated
                    981: Start Date:    Sep 6 2001
                    982: End Date:      ???
                    983: Base Tag:      thorpej-devvp-base
                    984: Maintainer:    Jason Thorpe <thorpej@NetBSD.org>
                    985: Scope:         syssrc
                    986: Notes:         Kernels built from this branch are not expected
                    987:                to function correctly at this time.
                    988:
                    989:                Ports known to compile on this branch:
                    990:                        alpha
                    991:                        i386
                    992:
1.118     peter     993: Branch:                peter-altq
                    994: Description:   New ALTQ framework:
                    995:                - sync with KAME sources
                    996:                - share mtag/name mapping functions
                    997:                - separate altq + pf attachment
                    998: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
                    999: Start Date:    March 16, 2006
                   1000: End Date:      October 12, 2006
                   1001: Base Tag:      peter-altq-base
                   1002: Maintainer:    Peter Postma <peter@NetBSD.org>,
                   1003:                Martin Husemann <martin@NetBSD.org>,
                   1004:                Matthias Scheler <tron@NetBSD.org>
                   1005: Scope:         dist/pf dist/ipf distrib/sets/lists sys usr.sbin/altq
                   1006: Notes:         Only the first item in the description was finished
                   1007:                in this branch.
                   1008:
1.1       lukem    1009: Branch:                sommerfeld_i386mp_1
                   1010: Description:   Multiprocessor support for i386 using Intel MP BIOS.
1.3       sommerfe 1011: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
1.1       lukem    1012: Start Date:    21 Feb 2000
1.2       fvdl     1013: End Date:      01 Oct 2002
1.1       lukem    1014: Base Tag:      sommerfeld_i386mpbase_1
1.10      salo     1015: Maintainer:    Bill Sommerfeld <sommerfeld@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem    1016: Scope:         sys/arch/i386
                   1017: Notes:
                   1018:                Code committed to the branch has booted to multiuser
                   1019:                on at least one system.
                   1020:
                   1021:                Not guaranteed to compile against mainline since -current
                   1022:                may have changed incompatibly with the last branch update;
                   1023:                use "cvs update -D" to roll-back the rest of the tree to match.
                   1024:
                   1025:                Please get explicit permission from the maintainer
                   1026:                before each commit, or your changes will be backed out.
                   1027:                Other tags starting with sommerfeld_ are private to
                   1028:                the developer and are guaranteed to be unstable.
                   1029:                Only the maintainer should move tags.
                   1030:
                   1031:                Note that this branch uses a DIFFERENT scheme for
1.225     wiz      1032:                syncing with the mainline.  the maintainer uses some private
                   1033:                scripts for keeping them in sync; if you make commits
1.1       lukem    1034:                to the branch to "resynchronize" things, you'll
                   1035:                probably do it wrong; instead, ask the maintainer to
                   1036:                resynchronize things.
                   1037:
                   1038:                See sys/arch/i386/TODO on the branch for a list of known
                   1039:                issues with the branch.
                   1040:
                   1041: Branch:                thorpej-mips-cache
                   1042: Description:   overhaul MIPS cache support code
                   1043: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
                   1044: Start Date:    Oct 23 2001
                   1045: End Date:      Nov 14 2001
                   1046: Base Tag:      thorpej-mips-cache-base
                   1047: Scope:         syssrc
                   1048: Notes:         This branch needs more debugging, testing, and more
                   1049:                ports need to be converted to the new world order.
                   1050:
                   1051:                The following processors have had cache ops
                   1052:                written:
                   1053:
                   1054:                        * R2000/R3000 (cache_r3k) -- light testing,
                   1055:                          needs to be beat on a lot more to make
                   1056:                          sure it's working.
                   1057:
1.10      salo     1058:                        * R4000/R4400 (cache_r4k) -- mhitch@NetBSD.org
1.1       lukem    1059:                          tracked down a bug, which has been fixed.
                   1060:
                   1061:                          Confirmed working on R4000-with-L2.
                   1062:
                   1063:                          Confirmed working on R4400-no-L2 and
                   1064:                          R4400-with-L2.
                   1065:
1.10      salo     1066:                        * R4600/R5000 (cache_r5k) -- shin@NetBSD.org
1.1       lukem    1067:                          has committed fixes to this code.
                   1068:
                   1069:                          Confirmed working on R4600 v2 (SGI IP-22 with
                   1070:                          no SysAD L2 cache).
                   1071:
                   1072:                          Confirmed working on RM5260 (Algorithmics P-5064).
                   1073:
1.10      salo     1074:                        * TX39 (cache_tx39) -- uch@NetBSD.org has
1.1       lukem    1075:                          committed fixes to this code.  Awaiting
                   1076:                          confirmation that it is working properly.
                   1077:
1.10      salo     1078:                        * R5900 (cache_r5900) -- uch@NetBSD.org has
1.1       lukem    1079:                          written this code and tested it on a
                   1080:                          PlayStation 2.
                   1081:
                   1082:                The following ports have been updated to compile (and
                   1083:                use optimized-for-processor bus_dma routines).  Those
                   1084:                that have been tested and work are marked with [WORKING].
                   1085:
                   1086:                        * algor         [WORKING]
                   1087:
                   1088:                        * arc           [WORKING]
                   1089:
                   1090:                        * pmax          [WORKING]
                   1091:
                   1092:                        * playstation2  [WORKING]
                   1093:                                        Needs optimized bus_dmamap_sync().
                   1094:
                   1095:                        * hpcmips       [need verification that this is working]
                   1096:                                        Needs optimized bus_dmamap_sync().
                   1097:
                   1098:                        * sgimips       [WORKING]
                   1099:                                        Needs optimized bus_dmamap_sync().
                   1100:
                   1101:                        * cobalt        [need testing]
                   1102:
                   1103:                        * mipsco        [need testing]
                   1104:
                   1105:                        * newsmips      [need testing]
                   1106:
                   1107: Branch:                thorpej_scsipi
                   1108: Description:   SCSI/ATAPI midlayer rewrite.
                   1109: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
                   1110: Start Date:
                   1111: End Date:      Apr 25 2001
                   1112: Base Tag:      thorpej_scsipi_base, thorpej_scsipi_nbase
1.10      salo     1113: Maintainer:    Manuel Bouyer <bouyer@NetBSD.org>,
                   1114:                Jason Thorpe <thorpej@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem    1115: Scope:         syssrc
                   1116: Notes:         When a change from -current is pulled up please move the
                   1117:                thorpej_scsipi_base tag to the revision you're syncing with.
                   1118:                thorpej_scsipi_nbase is private to maintainer (only
                   1119:                used when syncing the whole branch with HEAD).
                   1120:                Just before the merge, syssrc has been tagged with
                   1121:                thorpej_scsipi_beforemerge
                   1122:
                   1123: Branch:                thorpej-signal
                   1124: Description:   ?
                   1125: Status:                ?
                   1126: Start Date:
                   1127: End Date:
                   1128: Base Tag:      thorpej-signal-base
1.10      salo     1129: Maintainer:    Jason Thorpe <thorpej@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem    1130: Scope:         kernel
                   1131: Notes:
                   1132:
                   1133: Branch:                thorpej-setroot
                   1134: Description:   ?
                   1135: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
                   1136: Start Date:
                   1137: End Date:
                   1138: Base Tag:
1.10      salo     1139: Maintainer:    Jason Thorpe <thorpej@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem    1140: Scope:         kernel
                   1141: Notes:
                   1142:
1.84      kardel   1143: Branch:                simonb-timecounters
                   1144: Description:   Port FreeBSD timecounters to NetBSD
1.85      kardel   1145: Status:                Terminated
1.84      kardel   1146: Start Date:    Sat Feb 04 2006
                   1147: End Date:      Wed Jun 07 2006
                   1148: Base Tag:      simonb-timecounters-base
                   1149: Maintainer:    Simon Burge <simonb@NetBSD.org>,
                   1150:                Frank Kardel <kardel@NetBSD.org>
                   1151: Scope:         sys, sbin/savecore, usr.bin/vmstat, usr.sbin/ntp
                   1152: Notes:         early (partial conversion) commit to -current
                   1153:                ok'ed by core@ on 20060605 for testing and further
                   1154:                simplified conversion
                   1155:
1.236     ad       1156: Branch:                vmlocking
                   1157: Description:   Make VM and file system framework MP safe
                   1158: Status:                Terminated
                   1159: Start Date:    13 March 2007
                   1160: End Date:      4 December 2007
                   1161: Base Tag:      vmlocking-base
                   1162: Maintainer:    Andrew Doran <ad@NetBSD.org>
                   1163: Scope:         kernel
                   1164: Notes:         Superseded by vmlocking2 branch.
                   1165:
                   1166: Branch:                vmlocking2
                   1167: Description:   Make VM and file system framework MP safe
                   1168: Status:                Terminated
                   1169: Start Date:    4 December 2007
                   1170: End Date:      2 January 2008
                   1171: Base Tag:      vmlocking2-base3
                   1172: Maintainer:    Andrew Doran <ad@NetBSD.org>
                   1173: Scope:         kernel
                   1174: Notes:         Goals:
                   1175:
                   1176:                - Make VM system / trap handling MP safe.
                   1177:                - Replace simplelocks with mutexes.
                   1178:                - Make file system framework MP safe.
                   1179:
                   1180:                Status by architecture:
                   1181:
                   1182:                  alpha         done
                   1183:                  i386          done
                   1184:                  amd64         done
                   1185:                  mips          done
                   1186:                  sparc         need pmap/trap locking changes
                   1187:                  sparc64       done
                   1188:                  arm           done
                   1189:                  powerpc       done
                   1190:                  hppa          done
                   1191:                  sh3           done
                   1192:                  m68k          done
                   1193:                  xen           need pmap/trap locking changes
                   1194:
                   1195:                Remaining MI work to do:
                   1196:
                   1197:                - Check aliased vnode handling. There may be problems.
                   1198:
                   1199:                Remaining problems:
                   1200:
                   1201:                - LFS stalls due to v_numoutput leak.
                   1202:
1.1       lukem    1203: Branch:                wrstuden-devbsize
                   1204: Description:   Modify buffer cache to deal with different devices having
                   1205:                different block sizes. Also DEV_BSIZE would go away.
                   1206: Status:                Terminated
                   1207: Start Date:    Aug or Sept 1999
                   1208: End Date:      1 Apr 2000
                   1209: Base tag:      wrstuden-devbsize-base
1.10      salo     1210: Maintainer:    Bill Studenmund <wrstuden@NetBSD.org>
1.1       lukem    1211: Scope:         kernel
                   1212: Notes:         No longer active due to lack of time, and introduction
                   1213:                of UBC. In terms of UBC, the primary cache for
                   1214:                file data is the VM cache, which needs to operate
                   1215:                in terms of VM pages. As no existing device has native
                   1216:                pages the same size as our VM pages, there already is
                   1217:                a mapping going on between the VM system and the
                   1218:                underlying blocks. So it would be easier and cleaner
                   1219:                to adjust that to deal w/ different block sizes.
                   1220:                Also with UBC, all i/o is in terms of bytes at an offset
                   1221:                with a certain length, so the exact block size isn't a big
                   1222:                deal.
                   1223:
                   1224:                Any other wrstuden-devbsize tag may (and should) go away.
                   1225:
1.193     yamt     1226: Branch:                yamt-idlelwp
                   1227: Description:   idle lwp, and some changes depending on it.
                   1228:
                   1229:                1. separate context switching and thread scheduling.
                   1230:                   (cf. gmcgarry_ctxsw)
                   1231:                2. implement idle lwp.
                   1232:                3. clean up related MD/MI interfaces.
                   1233:                4. make scheduler(s) modular.
                   1234:
                   1235: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
                   1236: Start Date:    Fri Feb 17 2007
                   1237: End Date:      Thu May 17 2007
                   1238: Base Tag:      yamt-idlelwp-base8
                   1239: Maintainer:    YAMAMOTO Takashi <yamt@NetBSD.org>
                   1240: Scope:         src/sys  (src/common is tagged but not branched)
                   1241: Notes:
                   1242:                Status of ports:
                   1243:                  alpha                 [ Done, UP tested, MP not tested ]
                   1244:                  i386                  [ Done, tested ]
                   1245:                  amd64                 [ Done, tested ]
1.204     tsutsui  1246:                  mips                  [ Done, both MIPS1 and MIPS3 tested]
                   1247:                  sparc                 [ Done, UP tested, MP might have
                   1248:                                          some problem after newlock2 merge ]
                   1249:                  sparc64               [ Done, tested ]
1.205     skrll    1250:                  arm                   [ Done, SA1 tested. See PR 36548 ]
1.193     yamt     1251:                  macppc/powerpc        [ Done, OEA tested ]
1.205     skrll    1252:                  hppa                  [ Done, tested ]
1.193     yamt     1253:                  sh3                   [ Done, tested ]
                   1254:                  vax                   [ Done, UP tested, MP untested ]
1.204     tsutsui  1255:                  m68k                  [ Done, tested on several ports ]
1.193     yamt     1256:                  ns32k                 [ broken ]
                   1257:                  ia64                  [ broken ]
                   1258:                  pdp10                 [ broken ]
                   1259:
                   1260:                How to adapt a port?
                   1261:
                   1262:                - unify cpu_switch, cpu_exit, cpu_switchto into
                   1263:                  a single cpu_switchto.  see cpu_switchto.9.
                   1264:
                   1265:                - implement cpu_idle.  see cpu_idle.9.
                   1266:
                   1267:                - add a flag argument to cpu_need_resched.
                   1268:                  handle RESCHED_IMMED flag, which means "cause a preemption
                   1269:                  as soon as possible."  eg. in the case of MULTIPROCESSOR,
                   1270:                  send an IPI to the target cpu.
                   1271:
                   1272:                - "curlwp == NULL" is not a valid check for idle state anymore.
                   1273:                  use "(curlwp->l_flag & LW_IDLE) != 0" instead.  curlwp is
                   1274:                  almost always non-NULL, with exceptions like early on boot.
                   1275:
                   1276:                - remove idle pcbs.
                   1277:
                   1278:                - (if MULTIPROCESSOR) tweak processor trampoline code.
                   1279:
                   1280:                - (if MULTIPROCESSOR) call mi_cpu_attach when attaching
                   1281:                  secondary processors.
                   1282:
                   1283:                - (if schedhz!=0) call schedclock regardless of the value of
                   1284:                  curlwp.
                   1285:
                   1286:                - of course, update MD users of scheduler/switching API.
                   1287:
1.25      yamt     1288: Branch:                yamt-km, yamt-km-doc
1.19      yamt     1289: Description:   simplify/improve kernel memory management and bootstrap
1.46      yamt     1290: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
1.19      yamt     1291: Start Date:    Tue Jan 25 2005
1.46      yamt     1292: End Date:      Fri Apr  1 2005
1.45      yamt     1293: Base Tag:      yamt-km-base{,2,3,4}, yamt-km-doc-base
1.19      yamt     1294: Maintainer:    YAMAMOTO Takashi <yamt@NetBSD.org>
1.25      yamt     1295: Scope:         yamt-km: src/sys
                   1296:                yamt-km-doc: src/share/man/man9/uvm.9
1.19      yamt     1297: Notes:         http://mail-index.NetBSD.org/tech-kern/2004/12/25/0005.html
                   1298:
1.24      yamt     1299:                the followings are per-port status.
                   1300:                (account names mean "tested by".)
                   1301:
1.20      yamt     1302:                works enough to go to multiuser:
1.45      yamt     1303:                        alpha, i386, xen (yamt@)
1.24      yamt     1304:                        pc532 (simonb@)
1.28      yamt     1305:                        alpha, i386, mac68k, macppc, pmax, shark,
1.34      yamt     1306:                            sparc, sparc64, sun3, x68k (chs@)
1.39      yamt     1307:                        cobalt, dreamcast, hp300, news68k, newsmips,
                   1308:                            sun3x (tsutsui@)
1.31      yamt     1309:                        amiga (mhitch@)
1.32      yamt     1310:                        cats, hp700 (skrll@)
1.45      yamt     1311:                        xen (bouyer@)
1.28      yamt     1312:
                   1313:                known to have the same problem as trunk:
                   1314:                        vax (chs@, stuck while running kvm_mkdb)
1.24      yamt     1315:
                   1316:                known to have a problem:
1.35      yamt     1317:                        luna68k (and, if any, other m68k ports which use TTR)
                   1318:                        needs to be revisited.
1.39      yamt     1319:                        -> for luna68k, although not tested,
                   1320:                           Sysmap has been moved to avoid kva conflict with
                   1321:                           I/O ranges.
1.20      yamt     1322:
                   1323:                buildable:
                   1324:                        src/sys/arch/acorn26/conf/GENERIC
                   1325:                        src/sys/arch/acorn32/conf/GENERIC
                   1326:                        src/sys/arch/algor/conf/P6032
                   1327:                        src/sys/arch/alpha/conf/GENERIC
                   1328:                        src/sys/arch/alpha/conf/GENERIC.MP
                   1329:                        src/sys/arch/amd64/conf/GENERIC
                   1330:                        src/sys/arch/amd64/conf/GENERIC.MP
                   1331:                        src/sys/arch/amiga/conf/GENERIC
                   1332:                        src/sys/arch/arc/conf/GENERIC
                   1333:                        src/sys/arch/atari/conf/MILAN-PCIIDE
                   1334:                        src/sys/arch/bebox/conf/GENERIC
                   1335:                        src/sys/arch/cats/conf/GENERIC
                   1336:                        src/sys/arch/cesfic/conf/GENERIC
                   1337:                        src/sys/arch/cobalt/conf/GENERIC
                   1338:                        src/sys/arch/dreamcast/conf/GENERIC
                   1339:                        src/sys/arch/evbarm/conf/TS7200
                   1340:                        src/sys/arch/evbppc/conf/WALNUT
                   1341:                        src/sys/arch/evbsh3/conf/COMPUTEXEVB
                   1342:                        src/sys/arch/evbsh5/conf/CAYMAN64
                   1343:                        src/sys/arch/hp300/conf/GENERIC
                   1344:                        src/sys/arch/hp700/conf/GENERIC
                   1345:                        src/sys/arch/hpcarm/conf/JORNADA728
                   1346:                        src/sys/arch/hpcmips/conf/GENERIC
                   1347:                        src/sys/arch/hpcsh/conf/GENERIC
                   1348:                        src/sys/arch/hpcsh/conf/HPW650PA
                   1349:                        src/sys/arch/i386/conf/GENERIC
                   1350:                        src/sys/arch/i386/conf/GENERIC.MP
1.40      yamt     1351:                        src/sys/arch/i386/conf/XEN0
                   1352:                        src/sys/arch/i386/conf/XENU
1.20      yamt     1353:                        src/sys/arch/ibmnws/conf/GENERIC
                   1354:                        src/sys/arch/iyonix/conf/GENERIC
                   1355:                        src/sys/arch/luna68k/conf/GENERIC
                   1356:                        src/sys/arch/mac68k/conf/GENERIC
                   1357:                        src/sys/arch/macppc/conf/GENERIC
                   1358:                        src/sys/arch/macppc/conf/GENERIC.MP
                   1359:                        src/sys/arch/mipsco/conf/GENERIC
1.40      yamt     1360:                        src/sys/arch/mmeye/conf/GENERIC
1.20      yamt     1361:                        src/sys/arch/mvme68k/conf/GENERIC
                   1362:                        src/sys/arch/netwinder/conf/GENERIC
                   1363:                        src/sys/arch/news68k/conf/GENERIC
                   1364:                        src/sys/arch/newsmips/conf/GENERIC
                   1365:                        src/sys/arch/next68k/conf/GENERIC
                   1366:                        src/sys/arch/ofppc/conf/GENERIC
                   1367:                        src/sys/arch/pc532/conf/GENERIC
                   1368:                        src/sys/arch/pmax/conf/GENERIC
                   1369:                        src/sys/arch/prep/conf/GENERIC
                   1370:                        src/sys/arch/sandpoint/conf/GENERIC
                   1371:                        src/sys/arch/sbmips/conf/GENERIC
                   1372:                        src/sys/arch/sgimips/conf/GENERIC32_IP3x
                   1373:                        src/sys/arch/shark/conf/GENERIC
                   1374:                        src/sys/arch/sparc/conf/GENERIC
                   1375:                        src/sys/arch/sparc/conf/GENERIC.MP
                   1376:                        src/sys/arch/sparc64/conf/GENERIC
                   1377:                        src/sys/arch/sparc64/conf/GENERIC.MP
                   1378:                        src/sys/arch/sun2/conf/GENERIC
                   1379:                        src/sys/arch/sun3/conf/GENERIC
                   1380:                        src/sys/arch/vax/conf/GENERIC
                   1381:                        src/sys/arch/vax/conf/GENERIC.MP
                   1382:                        src/sys/arch/x68k/conf/GENERIC
                   1383:
1.42      yamt     1384:                        src/sys/arch/playstation2/conf/GENERIC
                   1385:
1.97      yamt     1386: Branch:                yamt-pdpolicy
                   1387: Description:   play with page replacement policy
                   1388:                - separate page replacement policy from the rest of kernel
                   1389:                - implement alternative replacement policy
                   1390:                - related read-ahead adjustment?
                   1391: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
                   1392: Start Date:    Sun Mar  5 2006
                   1393: End Date:      Sat Sep 16 2006
                   1394: Base Tag:      yamt-pdpolicy-base9
                   1395: Maintainer:    YAMAMOTO Takashi <yamt@NetBSD.org>
                   1396: Scope:         src/sys  (src/common is tagged but not branched)
                   1397: Notes:
                   1398:
1.54      yamt     1399: Branch:                yamt-readahead
                   1400: Description:   play with file readahead
1.58      yamt     1401: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
1.54      yamt     1402: Start Date:    Mon Nov 14 2005
1.58      yamt     1403: End Date:      Wed Nov 30 2005
1.57      yamt     1404: Base Tag:      yamt-readahead-base3
1.54      yamt     1405: Maintainer:    YAMAMOTO Takashi <yamt@NetBSD.org>
                   1406: Scope:         src/sys
                   1407: Notes:
                   1408:
1.60      yamt     1409: Branch:                yamt-uio_vmspace
                   1410: Description:   uio_lwp/uio_segflg -> uio_vmspace
1.67      yamt     1411: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
1.60      yamt     1412: Start Date:    Mon Dec 31 2005
1.67      yamt     1413: End Date:      Wed Mar  1 2006
1.66      yamt     1414: Base Tag:      yamt-uio_vmspace-base5
1.60      yamt     1415: Maintainer:    YAMAMOTO Takashi <yamt@NetBSD.org>
                   1416: Scope:         src/sys
                   1417: Notes:
                   1418:
1.151     yamt     1419: Branch:                yamt-splraiseipl
                   1420: Description:   finish implementing splraiseipl (and makeiplcookie).
                   1421:                http://mail-index.NetBSD.org/tech-kern/2006/07/01/0000.html
                   1422:
                   1423:                - completes workqueue(9) and netbt.
                   1424:                - fix PR/33218.
                   1425:
                   1426: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
                   1427: Start Date:    Mon Sep 18 2006
                   1428: End Date:      Fri Dec 22 2006
                   1429: Base Tag:      yamt-splraiseipl-base5
                   1430: Maintainer:    YAMAMOTO Takashi <yamt@NetBSD.org>
                   1431: Scope:         src/sys  (src/common is tagged but not branched)
                   1432: Notes:
                   1433:                tested (by who):
                   1434:                        alpha           (yamt)
                   1435:                        alpha           (pavel)
                   1436:                        amd64           (reported privately)
                   1437:                        cobalt          (tsutsui)
                   1438:                        ews4800mips     (tsutsui)
                   1439:                        hp300           (tsutsui)
                   1440:                        hpcarm          (reported privately)
                   1441:                        i386            (yamt)
                   1442:                        macppc          (tsutsui)
                   1443:                        news68k         (tsutsui)
                   1444:                        sgimips(IP32)   (tsutsui)
                   1445:                        sparc(sun4c)    (tsutsui)
                   1446:                        sun2            (tsutsui)
                   1447:                        sun3            (tsutsui)
                   1448:                        sun3x           (tsutsui)
                   1449:                        xen             (yamt)
                   1450:
                   1451:                compile-tested:
                   1452:                        acorn26
                   1453:                        acorn32
                   1454:                        algor
                   1455:                        amiga
                   1456:                        arc
                   1457:                        atari
                   1458:                        bebox
                   1459:                        cats
                   1460:                        cesfic
                   1461:                        dreamcast
                   1462:                        evbarm
                   1463:                        evbmips
                   1464:                        evbppc(marvell)
                   1465:                        evbppc(ibm4xx)
                   1466:                        evbsh3
                   1467:                        hp700
                   1468:                        hpcmips
                   1469:                        hpcsh
                   1470:                        ia64
                   1471:                        ibmnws
                   1472:                        iyonix
                   1473:                        landisk
                   1474:                        luna68k
                   1475:                        mac68k
                   1476:                        mmeye
                   1477:                        mvme68k
                   1478:                        mvmeppc
                   1479:                        mipsco
                   1480:                        netwinder
                   1481:                        newsmips
                   1482:                        next68k
                   1483:                        ofppc
                   1484:                        pc532
                   1485:                        pmax
                   1486:                        pmppc
                   1487:                        prep
                   1488:                        sandpoint
                   1489:                        sbmips
                   1490:                        shark
                   1491:                        sparc
                   1492:                        sparc64
                   1493:                        vax
                   1494:                        x68k
                   1495:                        zaurus
                   1496:
                   1497:                not tested:
                   1498:                        pdp10 (i don't know how to build)
                   1499:                        sh5 (not buildable with an unrelated problem.)
                   1500:
                   1501:     compile  CAYMAN64/netbsd32_sa.o
                   1502:     cc1: warnings being treated as errors
                   1503:     /exports/nbsd/src/sys/compat/netbsd32/netbsd32_sa.c: In function 'netbsd32_sa_ucsp':
                   1504:     /exports/nbsd/src/sys/compat/netbsd32/netbsd32_sa.c:126: warning: implicit declaration of function '_UC_MACHINE32_SP'
                   1505:     --- netbsd32_sa.o ---
                   1506:     *** [netbsd32_sa.o] Error code 1
                   1507:     1 error
                   1508:
                   1509:                notyet:
                   1510:                        amigappc
                   1511:                        playstation2
                   1512:
1.79      briggs   1513: Branch:                yamt-vop
                   1514: Description:   remove several VOPs
                   1515: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
                   1516: Start Date:    Wed Oct 19 2005
                   1517: End Date:      Wed Nov  2 2005
                   1518: Base Tag:      yamt-vop-base3
1.68      yamt     1519: Maintainer:    YAMAMOTO Takashi <yamt@NetBSD.org>
                   1520: Scope:         src/sys
1.79      briggs   1521: Notes:         http://mail-index.NetBSD.org/tech-kern/2005/09/27/0000.html
1.71      peter    1522:
1.214     yamt     1523: Branch:                yamt-x86pmap
                   1524: Description:   merge i386 and amd64 pmap
                   1525: Status:                Terminated; merged to -current
                   1526: Start Date:    Mon Sep 24 2007
                   1527: End Date:      Fri Oct 19 2007
                   1528: Base Tag:      yamt-x86pmap-base4
                   1529: Maintainer:    YAMAMOTO Takashi <yamt@NetBSD.org>
                   1530: Scope:         src/sys  (src/common is tagged but not branched)
                   1531: Notes:
                   1532:
1.98      gdamore  1533: Branch:                gdamore-uart
                   1534: Description:   Add register table support to com driver.
                   1535: Status:                Active
                   1536: Start Date:    14 June 2006
                   1537: End Date:      13 July 2006
                   1538: Base Tag:      gdamore-uart-base
                   1539: Maintainer:    Garrett D'Amore <gdamore@NetBSD.org>
                   1540: Scope:         kernel
                   1541: Notes:         Results in consolidation of Alchemy (mips/dev/alchemy/aucom.c)
                   1542:                com support, and also removes a nasty hack from Atheros com.
                   1543:
1.79      briggs   1544: ########################################################################
1.1       lukem    1545: # Other:
1.79      briggs   1546: ########################################################################
1.1       lukem    1547:
                   1548: Branch:                magnum
                   1549: Description:   ?
                   1550: Status:                ?
                   1551: Start Date:
                   1552: End Date:
                   1553: Base Tag:      magnum-base
                   1554: Maintainer:    ?
                   1555: Scope:         kernel
                   1556: Notes:
1.69      elad     1557:

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