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SubjectRe: [PATCHSET] Multiarch kconfig cleanup
On Thu, 2 Jan 2003, Tomas Szepe wrote:
> On with the [mainly networking oriented] Kconfig clean-up saga.
> This is the first time I'm trying to get more than 3 people to work
> together so I'd be grateful if you didn't kick me too hard should I have
> screwed up.

> 19/36 x15-arch-m68k SPECIAL: Tear down m68k NETDEVICES config

Looks OK.

> 20/36 x15-arch-m68k_nommu Tear down m68k_nommu NETDEVICES config

Not under our jurisdiction.

> 34/36 x15-net.2-m68k 2/2 -""- (and re-add m68k specific drivers)

Actually CONFIG_ARIADNE2 and CONFIG_NE2K_ZORRO are the same. We introduced the
latter in the old when the Ariadne II driver got X-Surf support,
but forgot to replace the former in the Makefile logic. And the driver is still
called ariadne2.c.

linux-m68k: Should we kill CONFIG_NE2K_ZORRO, or kill CONFIG_ARIADNE2 and
rename the driver to ne2k-zorro.c?

> 35/36 x16 Add the unified NETDEVICES submenu

Looks OK.

> sparc32 and m68k are special in that they define their specific netdevices
> in arch/{sparc,m68k}/Kconfig.

Mainly to avoid seeing too many entries for devices we can't support (e.g. old
ISA adapters)...

> ACKLIST is as follows, i.e. people listed please ACK at least:
> (m68k people) #19, #20, #34, #35

> x86 seems to work as expected. I also tried to compile sparc32 but found
> out 2.5.54 vanilla itself was broken for it -- the .config looked sane,
> though.

Disclaimer: I didn't try to compile, I just looked at the patches.



Geert Uytterhoeven -- There's lots of Linux beyond ia32 --

In personal conversations with technical people, I call myself a hacker. But
when I'm talking to journalists I just say "programmer" or something like that.
-- Linus Torvalds

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