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SubjectRe: Why not PCMCIA built-in and yenta/i82365 as modules
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>> The subject says it all. Is there any particular (technical) reason
>> why I must have both the generic pcmcia code and the controller
>> support built-in, or build all of them as modules?
>
> Is there a technical reason for this? Not that I know of; but then I
> also cannot think of a good reason for wanting, say, the generic code
> built in but the controller support as modules. I do see reasonable
> arguments for all-builtin or all-modules.

Hmmm, I'm not the only one who doesn't like modules depending
on other modules. I suppose this is part paranoia about extra
complexity leading to problems, and part desire to avoid the
module overhead for common code that will most likely get used.
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