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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/30] Use menuconfig objects
Jan,

On Tue, 10 Apr 2007 21:17:40 +0200 (MEST), Jan Engelhardt wrote:
> the following patch series turns some menus into menuconfigs, so they
> can be disabled whilst "walking" thorugh the parent menu (check the
> videos [1], [2] to see what I mean), enabling for disabling lots of
> options _quickly_.
>
> I'll send the patches (as a reply to this mail) piece by piece out
> when I figure out the maintainers to Cc for each.
>
> [1] 6.04 MB(1000s) 70 sec http://jengelh.hopto.org/mc/without.ogg
> [2] 1.96 MB(1000s) 44 sec http://jengelh.hopto.org/mc/with.ogg

You might want to try the -q flag of quilt push and quilt pop.

> I have not poked on all subsystems (it is quite a lot), but I can
> already give a glimpse (`ls -1`) of who gets one and who does not.
> And, I am not completely finished changing some subsystems - but
> the patches are already big enough for a first wave. I want to get
> some feedback first. Thanks!
>
> `ls -1`:
> menuconfig-acpi.diff
> menuconfig-apm.diff
> menuconfig-ata.diff
> menuconfig-block.diff
> menuconfig-connector.diff
> menuconfig-crypto.diff
> menuconfig-crypto2.diff
> menuconfig-dccp.diff
> menuconfig-fusion.diff
> menuconfig-i2c.diff
> menuconfig-i2o.diff
> menuconfig-ide.diff
> menuconfig-ieee1394.diff
> menuconfig-md.diff
> menuconfig-modules.diff
> menuconfig-mtd.diff
> menuconfig-net-ipvs.diff
> menuconfig-net-sctp.diff
> menuconfig-net-tipc.diff
> menuconfig-netdev-arcnet.diff
> menuconfig-netdev-phy.diff
> menuconfig-netdev-tr.diff
> menuconfig-netdev.diff
> menuconfig-oldcd.diff
> menuconfig-parport.diff
> menuconfig-pcihotplug.diff
> menuconfig-pcmcia.diff
> menuconfig-pnp.diff
> menuconfig-scsi.diff
> menuconfig-w1.diff

As far as I can see, the hwmon subsystem would benefit from that too.

--
Jean Delvare
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