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SubjectRe: [KBUILD] How do we handle autoconfiguration?
esr> # PROCESSOR is string valued; we capture stdout from the probe
esr> derive PROCESSOR from "myprobe1.sh"
esr>
esr> # FOOFEATURE is boolean; we look at the return status from myprobe2.py
esr> derive FOOFEATURE from "myprobe2.py"

I think this is cool.

esr> (kbuild people, this is one reason I want ifdefs gone from the
esr> makefiles. The autoconfigurator, whether it's Giacomo's or not,
esr> should be able to pass FOO=n to tell CML2 that a given feature is
esr> definitely not present.)

Yeah, we have to make an essential transition from 3-valued logic
("y"/"m"/"n" in some contexts and "y"/"m"/NULL in other contexts) to
4-valued logic ("y"/"m"/"n"/NULL).

Michael
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