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SubjectRe: Status of X86_P4_CLOCKMOD?
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On Friday 24 February 2006 00:33, Adrian Bunk wrote:

> EMBEDDED is the wrong option, since the semantics of embedded is "show
> more options to allow additional space savings". It is not and should
> not be abused as an option to hide random options from users.

I disagree. And I originally added most EMBEDDED users to the kernel.
The purpose I added it for was to hide options that only useful
for a very limited userbase but cause big or subtle trouble when set
wrong. P4_CLOCKMOD clearly qualifies.

-Andi

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