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SubjectRe: linux-2.4.6-pre6: numerous dep_{bool,tristate} $CONFIG_ARCH_xxx bugs
>> 	Argh!  I just accidentally sent and older version of my
>> patch. Here is the current version. Sorry about that.

>This just breaks stuff

>> +for var in $(cat arch/*/ |
>> + egrep -w -v '^[ ]*int' |
>> + tr ' $"' '\n\n\n' |
>> + egrep '^CONFIG_[A-Z0-9_]*$' |
>> + sort -u) ; do
>> + define_bool "$var" "n"
>> +done
>> +set -f

>You've changed the entire semantics of dep_tristate by doing this

Please provide a real example.

As far as I can tell, the only change would be to make
dep_tristate behave the way it was expected to, as in


The current, unintended, behavior is to allow this module to be
built all all non-ARM architectures (and probably bomb out), as well
as the intended architecture of ARM-Netwinder, and not any other ARM
platforms. The intended behavior, and the one that you would get with
either my change or Keith's is to only allow this module to be built
for ARM-Netwinder.

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