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SubjectRe: CML2 design philosophy heads-up
David Weinehall <tao@acc.umu.se>:
> > 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.
>
> Yes, but there are quite a lot of people who don't want
> parport/serial/whatever compiled into their kernels at all,
> eventhough they have an x86. Think low-memory systems or similar.

That's OK. Neither of these constraints says PARPORT must be compiled in.
Look at the conditionals carefully.
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