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Date:   Sat, 21 Nov 2020 15:09:50 -0800
From:   Jakub Kicinski <>
To:     Marc Kleine-Budde <>
Subject: Re: pull-request: can-next 2020-11-20

On Fri, 20 Nov 2020 14:32:53 +0100 Marc Kleine-Budde wrote:
> The first patch is by Yegor Yefremov and he improves the j1939 documentaton by
> adding tables for the CAN identifier and its fields.
> Then there are 8 patches by Oliver Hartkopp targeting the CAN driver
> infrastructure and drivers. These add support for optional DLC element to the
> Classical CAN frame structure. See patch ea7800565a12 ("can: add optional DLC
> element to Classical CAN frame structure") for details. Oliver's last patch
> adds len8_dlc support to several drivers. Stefan Mätje provides a patch to add 
> len8_dlc support to the esd_usb2 driver.
> The next patch is by Oliver Hartkopp, too and adds support for modification of
> Classical CAN DLCs to CAN GW sockets.
> The next 3 patches target the nxp,flexcan DT bindings. One patch by my adds the
> missing uint32 reference to the clock-frequency property. Joakim Zhang's
> patches fix the fsl,clk-source property and add the IMX_SC_R_CAN() macro to the
> imx firmware header file, which will be used in the flexcan driver later.
> Another patch by Joakim Zhang prepares the flexcan driver for SCU based
> stop-mode, by giving the existing, GPR based stop-mode, a _GPR postfix.
> The next 5 patches are by me, target the flexcan driver, and clean up the 
> .ndo_open and .ndo_stop callbacks. These patches try to fix a sporadically 
> hanging flexcan_close() during simultanious ifdown, sending of CAN messages and
> probably open CAN bus. I was never aber to reproduce, but these seem to fix the 
> problem at the reporting user. As these changes are rather big, I'd like to 
> mainline them via net-next/master.
> The next patches are by Jimmy Assarsson and Christer Beskow, they add support 
> for new USB devices to the existing kvaser_usb driver.
> The last patch is by Kaixu Xia and simplifies the return in the
> mcp251xfd_chip_softreset() function in the mcp251xfd driver.

Great, this one finally got into patchwork correctly!

Pulled, thank you!

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