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SubjectRe: Missing help entries in 2.4.6pre5
Russell King <rmk@arm.linux.org.uk>:
> Eric - would it be easier if I just define_bool CONFIG_XSCALE_IQ80310 n ?

I've done that in my rulesfile, thanks. Here is the current list of ignored
symbols:

derive CMDLINE_BOOL from n
derive CPU_ADVANCED from EXPERT
derive DRM_AGP from DRM and AGP!=n
derive FB_PCI from FB and PCI
derive FB_TBOX from n
derive NET_ISA from NET_ETHERNET and ISA
derive NET_PCI from NET_ETHERNET and (EISA or PCI)
derive PARTITION_ADVANCED from EXPERT
# These are scheduled to be removed, according to the ARM port manager.
derive CPU_ARM920_CPU_IDLE from n
derive CPU_ARM920_D_CACHE_ON from n
derive CPU_ARM920_I_CACHE_ON from n
# Nicolas Pitre says "This one is currently unmaintained and likely to be
# removed altogether."
derive SA1100_SHERMAN from n
# These are used in config.in files but nowhere in C code or Makefiles.
# Check this with `scripts/kxref.py -l -f "o&~m&~c&~h&~x" -n defconfig'
derive ARCH_SHARK from n
derive ARCH_TBOX from n
derive BAGETBSM from n
derive CPU_ARM1020 from n
derive CPU_ARM920_WRITETHROUGH from n
derive ETRAX_LED10Y from n
derive ETRAX_LED11Y from n
derive ETRAX_LED12R from n
derive ETRAX_LED8Y from n
derive ETRAX_LED9Y from n
derive GEN_RTC from n
derive GSC from n
derive GSC_DINO from n
derive GSC_PS2 from n
derive LASI_82596 from n
derive MIPS_GT96100 from n
derive PCI_PERMEDIA from n
derive PROFILE from n
derive PROFILE_SHIFT from n
derive SCSI_DECSII from n
derive SCSI_LASI from n
derive SCSI_SIM from n
derive SERIAL_21285_OLD from n
derive SIMETH from n
derive SIM_SERIAL from n
derive USERIAL from n
derive XSCALE_IQ80310 from n

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