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SubjectRe: CML2 design philosophy heads-up
Tom Rini <>:
> Only sort-of. There are some cases where you can get away with that.
> Probably. eg If you ask for PARPORT, on x86 that means yes to PARPORT_PC,
> always (right?)

Yes. So the right answer there isn't to use a derivation but to say:

require X86 and PARPORT implies PARPORT_PC
unless X86==n suppress PARPORT_PC

which forces PARPORT_PC==y and makes the question invisible on X86 machines,
but leaves the question visible on all others.
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