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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 11/13] cell: split out board specific files
    > Segher, a problem with your suggestion is that our
    > makefiles don't have as rich a set of logical ops as the
    > config files. Its easy to express 'build A if B', but not
    > so easy to do 'build A if not C'. To make this work
    > cleanly I made PPC_CELL denote !SOME_HYPERVISOR_THING,
    > so I can have constructions like this in the makefile:

    Not just that, but we can have a kernel image supporting both
    the "raw" hardware _and_ stuff with a hypervisor underneath.

    All CONFIG_<whatever> should always be used as a positive,
    never a negative. My bad :-)

    So it really should be

    depends on PPC_CELL_NATIVE

    or similar. Having PPC_CELL mean "native" / "raw" is not the
    way to go, there will be many many hypervisors in the future,
    it would be nice to have PPC_CELL mean just that, "support for
    the Cell architecture" in general, kernels running on various
    hypervisors will see the hardware virtualised to varying degrees.


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