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SubjectRe: test10-pre7


On Tue, 31 Oct 2000, Keith Owens wrote:
>
> obj-y is used together with export-objs to split objects into O_OBJS
> (no export symbol) and OX_OBJS (export symbol). If usbcore.o (multi)
> is not replaced by its components then usb.o (in export-objs) is not
> added to OX_OBJS so usb.c gets compiled with the wrong flags which
> causes incorrect module symbols. Multi's in obj-y have to replaced by
> their components before being split into O_OBS and OX_OBJS.

Your honour, I object.

What would be wrong with just splitting it the other way, ie make OX_OBJS
be the expanded (but not ordered) list?

That should take care of it, no?

Linus

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