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    SubjectRe: Automatic Configuration of a Kernel
    Coywolf Qi Hunt wrote:
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    > How about the idea that we have a .hwconfig file and we do `make
    > hwconfig' to generate it? So normal filesystems and network stack
    > stuff don't belong to hwconfig.
    >
    > .hwconfig file merely stores the result from auto hardware detection.

    Well, at the end you just want to have one .config file with everything
    inside. If I follow your logic we also should have a .fsconfig, a
    .netconfig, a .audioconfig, ... and so on.

    So, working on the .config seems nice to me.

    Simplicity is good ! ^_^

    Regards
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    Emmanuel Fleury

    A child of five could understand this. Fetch me a child of five.
    -- Groucho Marx
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