Submitting compiler-rt patches

Hi,

A couple of days I’ve submitted some patches for compiler-rt [1], but haven’t heard back from anyone. Am I not following the correct procedure? LLVM developer’s guide lead me to believe that it’s ok to simply send one-off patches to llvm-commits…
Whom do I need to engage about this?

Vadim

[1] http://lists.cs.uiuc.edu/pipermail/llvm-commits/Week-of-Mon-20140203/203928.html

Vadim <vadimcn@gmail.com> writes:

A couple of days I've submitted some patches for compiler-rt [1], but haven't
heard back from anyone. Am I not following the correct procedure? LLVM
developer's guide lead me to believe that it's ok to simply send one-off
patches to llvm-commits...

Sending the patches to llvm-commits is the right thing to do. Everyone's
busy, so it sometimes takes some time for patches to get any attention.
As it's only been a couple of days, I would expect someone to notice it
and take a look soon.

Generally, if you send a patch and don't get any replies for a week or
two, it's acceptable to send an email to ping it, as it's probably been
missed at that point.