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Subject[PATCH] Remove unused compile-time configuration options on v850
diff -ruN -X../cludes linux-2.5.62-uc0.orig/include/asm-v850/entry.h linux-2.5.62-uc0/include/asm-v850/entry.h
--- linux-2.5.62-uc0.orig/include/asm-v850/entry.h 2002-11-05 11:25:31.000000000 +0900
+++ linux-2.5.62-uc0/include/asm-v850/entry.h 2003-02-18 11:41:09.000000000 +0900
@@ -1,8 +1,8 @@
* include/asm-v850/entry.h -- Definitions used by low-level trap handlers
- * Copyright (C) 2001,02 NEC Corporation
- * Copyright (C) 2001,02 Miles Bader <>
+ * Copyright (C) 2001,02,03 NEC Electronics Corporation
+ * Copyright (C) 2001,02,03 Miles Bader <>
* This file is subject to the terms and conditions of the GNU General
* Public License. See the file COPYING in the main directory of this
@@ -19,21 +19,6 @@
#include <asm/machdep.h>

-/* If true, system calls save and restore all registers (except result
- registers, of course). If false, then `call clobbered' registers
- will not be preserved, on the theory that system calls are basically
- function calls anyway, and the caller should be able to deal with it.
- This is a security risk, of course, as `internal' values may leak out
- after a system call, but that certainly doesn't matter very much for
- a processor with no MMU protection! For a protected-mode kernel, it
- would be faster to just zero those registers before returning. */
-/* If TRAPS_PRESERVE_CALL_CLOBBERED_REGS is false, then zero `call
- clobbered' registers before returning from a system call. */
/* These are special variables using by the kernel trap/interrupt code
to save registers in, at a time when there are no spare registers we
can use to do so, and we can't depend on the value of the stack
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