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SubjectRe: [kbuild-devel] Why recovering from broken configs is too hard
Greg Banks <gnb@alphalink.com.au>:
> There is a natural order for presenting variables to the
> user, and that's the menu tree order. At least in the Linux
> kernel CML2 corpus the menus are roughly organised from most
> general to most specific options, so options appearing earlier
> in the tree are likely to appear in more constraints and you
> probably want to ask the user to mutate them later.

OK. Agreed, but it doesn't solve the general problem. Generating
models is still hard.
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