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SubjectRe: test10-pre7

On Mon, 30 Oct 2000, Jeff Garzik wrote:
> Ya know, sorting those lists causes this problem, too... usb.o is
> listed first in the various lists, as is usbcore.o. Is it possible to
> avoid sorting? Doing so will fix this, and also any other link order
> breakage like this that exists, too.

This is the right fix. We MUST NOT sort those things.

The only reason for sorting is apparently to remove the "multi-objs"
things, and replace them with the object files they are composed of.

To which I say "Why?"

It makes more sense to just leave the multi's there.


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