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Date:	Fri, 16 Jul 2010 21:31:23 -0600
From:	Jeffrey Merkey <jeffmerkey@...il.com>
To:	linux-kernel@...r.kernel.org
Subject: [ANNOUNCE] Merkey's Linux Kernel Debugger (MDB) 07-16-2010 UPDATES 
	kernels 2.6.28 through 2.6.34.1 (release 3)

Found a few more items.  This pass of x86_64 is pretty much complete
and fully tested on all these kernels.  releases will follow the
stable version numbers.  Next releases on ARM.

For kernels:

linux 2.6.28.10
linux 2.6.29.6
linux 2.6.30.10
linux 2.6.31.14
linux 2.6.32.16
linux 2.6.33.6
linux 2.6.34.1

CURRENT

http://merkeydebugger.googlecode.com/files/mdb-2.6.34.1-x86_64-07-16-2010.patch
http://merkeydebugger.googlecode.com/files/mdb-2.6.33.6-x86_64-07-16-2010.patch
http://merkeydebugger.googlecode.com/files/mdb-2.6.32.16-x86_64-07-16-2010.patch
http://merkeydebugger.googlecode.com/files/mdb-2.6.31.14-x86_64-07-16-2010.patch
http://merkeydebugger.googlecode.com/files/mdb-2.6.30.10-x86_64-07-16-2010.patch
http://merkeydebugger.googlecode.com/files/mdb-2.6.29.6-x86_64-07-16-2010.patch
http://merkeydebugger.googlecode.com/files/mdb-2.6.28.10-x86_64-07-16-2010.patch

REPOSITORIES

http://code.google.com/p/merkeydebugger/
http://sourceforge.net/projects/merkeydebugger/


FIXES:
- limit bracketing to scalar register expressions only in disassembler deref
- fix genapic unresolved error in x86_84 build for 2.6.28.10 and 2.6.29.6


Jeff Merkey
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