[coreboot] A patch for SuperIOtool: add CR definitions for the W83627UHG (for dump capability)

Frantisek Rysanek Frantisek.Rysanek at post.cz
Fri Apr 5 11:17:38 CEST 2013

On 4 Apr 2013 at 23:16, Paul Menzel wrote:
> thank you for the patch!
gerne :-)
> The coreboot project, and superiotool therefore too, uses Gerrit for
> patch reviews [1]. Could you please upload/push the patch there?
> Thanks,
> Paul
> [1] http://www.coreboot.org/Git
I've scratched my head for a bit, found out that a Google account 
will do for auth, then gave it a try, took the plunge into Gerrit / 
SSH keys / basic GIT... and voila, I have my first commit at 
review.coreboot.org:   http://review.coreboot.org/#/c/3027/
If there's no significant lint, then I'm a living proof that a 
trained monkey with zero GIT experience can do it, based on 
coreboot's tutorials... ;-)

BTW, there are two small corrections, in the GIT patch compared to my 
original e-mailed patch. Just in case someone someday finds this 
e-mail thread first, the corrected flat patch is attached here 

Thanks for your help :-)

Frank Rysanek

P.S.: makes me wonder if I should try to refactor and resubmit my 
earlier patch to superiotool, which aimed to make it reliably detect 
multiple SuperIO chips and provide framework for further extensions 
(write support for instance)
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