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SubjectRe: [2.5] initrd/mkinitrd still not working
On Mon, Jan 20, 2003 at 07:19:21PM +0000, John Levon wrote:
> Ooops, I was mis-remembering commit logs. I meant :

OK, this is something else.
Making the shift to the extension .ko allowed the syntax:
make fs/ext2/ext2.ko or whatever module we want to build.

Thats very nice when developing on a module to speed up things.

As of today you can actually do:

make fs/ext2/file.o
make fs/ext2/file.lst
make fs/ext2/file.s
make fs/ext2/file.i

and the above mentioned with a .ko module.

There is also the possibility to do:
make SUBDIRS=fs/ext2

and I hope that the following syntax will be anabled as well:
make fs/ext2/

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