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    SubjectRe: Userspace visible of 3 include/asm/ headers
    Adrian Bunk wrote:
    > On Thu, Aug 03, 2006 at 04:51:38PM -0700, H. Peter Anvin wrote:
    >> Adrian Bunk wrote:
    >>
    >>> On different architectures, we have the following values for
    >>> COMMAND_LINE_SIZE:
    >>> - 256
    >>> - 512
    >>> - 896
    >>> - 1024
    >>> - 4096
    >>>
    >>> What should be the common value?
    >>> 4096?
    >>>
    >>> And I have a rough memory of some dependencies of COMMAND_LINE_SIZE and
    >>> boot loaders. What exactly must be taken care of when increasing
    >>> COMMAND_LINE_SIZE?
    >>>
    >> It's architecture-dependent; it probably should be defined in something
    >> like <asm/cmdline.h>.
    >
    > OK, I did misunderstand you.
    > I tought you were saying it should be the same value for all
    > architectures.
    >
    > With the exception of frv (in param.h), COMMAND_LINE_SIZE is in setup.h
    > on all architectures.
    >
    > Do we want to move it to a different header, or simply make param.h a
    > userspace header on all architectures?
    >

    I figure it should be broken out into a separate header, rather than
    exporting all of setup.h.

    -hpa
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