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SubjectRe: 2.6 bug: kconfig implementation doesn't match the spec

On Fri, 8 Aug 2003, Adrian Bunk wrote:

> An example:
> config FOO
> tristate
> default m
> config BAR
> tristate
> default y if !FOO
> default n
> According to the kconfig spec BAR should be y, but the implementation in
> 2.6.0-mm5 sets BAR to n.

You probably forgot to set MODULES, tristate behaves like bool in this
case and FOO becomes 'y' and '!FOO' is 'n'.

bye, Roman

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