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SubjectRe: Ingo, no more kconfig patches
> > Hi Adrian 
> > It would be nice to know what was wrong with my suggestion.
> > You have done your share of kconfig patches so you have a good grip
> > on the problems we face.
> > So any input on how we can improve kconfig so we can actually provide
> > what people often expects or requests or need would be nice.
> >
> > I have so far not done any hacking on the core of the backend of
> > kconfig but if I one day find more than one hour in row where I can do
> > some kernel stuff I may actually try it out.
> > And then it would be nice to have a sketch ready how to solve the issues.
> >
> > I would though request you to start a new mail thread for this and
> > include both and Roman Zippel in the loop.
> If you've sent a suggestion that included a description of the exact
> semantics you want to implement I must have missed it.
> Can you send me a pointer or a description of the semantics?
> I'll then have a look.

I took the original idea and added a few more details.
Please see mail named ""


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