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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Re: Move of input drivers, some word needed from you
On Monday, 21 August 2000 at 21:43, Philipp Rumpf wrote:
> > Let's not make this overly complex. The networking drivers have worked
>
> "a network driver can be in arch/*/drivers/net/*.c, or it can be in
> drivers/*/net/*.c, or it can be in drivers/net/*.c, or it can be in
> drivers/net/*/*.c" is complex.
>
> "a network driver can be in drivers/*/net/*.c" isn't.

After struggling with this problem for a while in my general archive
tree, I threw up my hands and created a bunch of symlinks. What about
something like this:

arch/net -> net/arch

That way you can work with your source where you want it and random
people looking for stuff will also tend to find it... that is the
symlinks serve as nothing more than reminders for people updating
particular sections of the kernel...

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