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SubjectRe: linux kernel conf 0.5

On Tue, 10 Sep 2002, Jeff Garzik wrote:

> How about posting a kernel patch (or link to one) that you feel is
> suitable for 2.5.x integration? That makes it a bit easier to review in
> context, and may help to resolve any final integration issues.

That depends on what you want to see. The package itself is installed
under scripts/lkc ("make install" just makes a symlink) and is pretty much
the same you find in the archive (minus the converter). A problem here is
that the current kbuild can't deal with C++ files and builds too much
even if you just want a single target, so it's currently not using the
kbuild infrastructure.
The other big part are the converted config files, they are currently
generated as, so they can be easily removed again. A "final"
patch would be hardly readable. Installing (and uninstalling) the package
into a kernel tree is quite simple, so I prefer to do it this way to save

> For the record I like what I've seen so far...

Thanks. :)

bye, Roman

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