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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 002/002] de2104x: support for systems lacking cache coherence
    2009/2/10 Andrew Morton <>:
    > Please prefer to prepare patches in `patch -p1' form:
    > --- a/drivers/net/tulip/Kconfig
    > +++ a/drivers/net/tulip/Kconfig
    I'll try to remember that.

    > I think CONFIG_DE2104X_DSL is always defined if this driver is being
    > compiled. So the Kconfig `default' should suffice here? In which case
    > we can do
    > #define DSL CONFIG_DE2104X_DSL
    > and leave it at that.
    > In which case we can do away with DSL everywhere and just use
    > CONFIG_DE2104X_DSL here.
    I was thinking of the case where someone just compiles without reconfiguring.

    > But really, we shouldn't do this at configuration time at all. It
    > would be much better to do it at runtime, via a module parameter.
    Well, yeah, but that would probably cost cpu cycles. At least it would
    mean lots of changes.

    > And it would be much^2 better to do it automatically, based upon the
    > chip probing information or whatever. That's probably hard.
    I agree.

    > Can remove the ifdefs here. A zero-length array is OK, and will
    > consume zero space.
    I was uncertain whether this applies to all compilers. I kind of
    remember opposite cases in the past.


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