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SubjectRe: [PATCH 2.6.17] Clean up and refactor i386 sub-architecture setup
Jeremy Fitzhardinge wrote:
> Zachary Amsden wrote:
>> This looks awesome. Are there any plans to get these
>> sub-architectures to work with the generic subarch? Seems the next
>> logical step would be putting each mach-*/*.o into separated namespaces.
> I haven't looked at that. This patch was intended to be a very simple
> uncontroversial rearrangement, in preparation for the Xen subarch, and
> to just clean up a corner of the kernel which seems to have gotten a
> bit warty. Chris just sent me your patches from March which look like
> they cover a lot of the same ground, but I haven't looked at them in
> detail yet.

This is cleaner than the patches I sent in March, although we want to
re-use parts of the mach-default code, not replace it entirely. Hence
my interest in the multi-subarch generic kernel. I'd be glad to look
into it.

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