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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Re: SCSI scanning
On Thu, Sep 21 2000, Michael Elizabeth Chastain wrote:
> torben> core-hosts/i2o-upper.
>
> Ok, I understand the problem.
>
> Can you elaborate some more on exactly which files go in "core",
> "hosts", and "upper"? My understanding is:
>
> # drivers/scsi
> scsi-core-files := scsi_mod.o scsi_syms.o
> scsi-hosts-files := ... everything not in core and upper ...
> scsi-upper-files := st.o sd_mod.o sr_mod.o sg.o
>
> # i2o
> i2o-files := %.o
>

Eaxctly. The core and upperlayers are ok now. You just need
to get all hosts adapters into hosts.o. Everything is there
except those outside drivers/scsi. It would be great if
someone with an i2o adapter could verify any changes.
Please note I already sorted the hosts.o files in the drivers/scsi/Makefile.

> I can do this in the top Makefile by declaring lists like the above
> using $(filter) and $(filter-out). The hard part is going to be defining
> "scsi-hosts-files" to work properly. I think I will need to add a few
> more lines to drivers/scsi/Makefile and make one more multi. Or maybe
> three more multis.

Yeah I've been thinking of doing this, but was afraid to srew it up. Give
it a try, and lets see what Linus thinks.

BTW, while you are at it, could you rename sg.o to sg_mod.o. It would
look better...

--
Torben Mathiasen <tmm@image.dk>
Linux ThunderLAN maintainer
http://tlan.kernel.dk
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