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SubjectRe: obsolete code must die
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> Would it make sense to create some sort of 'make config' script that
> determines what you want in your kernel and then downloads only those
> components? After all, with the constant release of new hardware, isn't a
> 50MB kernel release not too far away? 100MB?

This should be a FAQ entry.

For folks doing kernel development a split tree is a nightmare to manage so
we dont bother. Nothing stops a third party splitting and maintaining the tools
to download just the needed bits for those who want to do it that way

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