The ARM changes for the mainline Linux kernel are usually quite extensive each cycle and with the Linux 4.12 merge window likely opening on Sunday evening it will be no different this time around.
Arnd Bergmann has obviously already been staging a bulk of the ARM work for Linux 4.12. In digging through his arm-soc for-next tree provides a glimpse at what's ahead. Some of the work includes:
Plus a lot of DeviceTree updates and other changes as usual. Stay tuned for more details during the Linux 4.12 merge window the next two weeks.
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