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SubjectRe: [Patch] share i386/x86_64 intel cache descriptors table
Hi Jeff,

On Wed, Oct 06, 2004 at 11:25:14PM -0400, Jeff Garzik wrote:
> I have often wondered if there is any value to creating arch/x86 and
> include/asm-x86 for stuff shared between x86-64 and i386.

I came to the same conclusion a week ago when I realized that a patched
kernel did not compile on an opteron because of the exact same things I
had already fixed on i386 a few days before. Probably we could have a
generic x86 branch, with currently two variants : i386 and x86_64 ? I
don't know how to arrange this, though...

> All this #include and cross-linking stuff gives me the willys...

Hmmm... What do you have against the willys ? ;-)

Willy

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