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SubjectRe: KBuild 2.5 Impressions
Thunder from the hill wrote:
> On Thu, 30 May 2002, Skip Ford wrote:
> > I could be wrong but I think Linus wants small patches that slowly
> > convert kbuild24 to kbuild25, and not just a chopped up wholesale
> > kbuild25.
>
> That's what we have. If you want to try kbuild-2.5, you have to use the
> Makefile-2.5 explicitly. If you don't explicitly do that, you're using
> kbuild-2.4, so you got a pretty good chance to evaluate kbuild-2.5 and
> then decide whether you leave it or pull it. Enough migration?

That's not a migration at all. That's two different build systems side
by side.

A migration would mean that there is only ever 1 build system. Send
patches that would convert what we have now to kbuild25 over the next 10
kernel releases or so. That's a migration.

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