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SubjectRe: [RFC][PATCH] bcmai: introduce AI driver
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2011/4/10 Pavel Machek <pavel@ucw.cz>:
>> >> >+config BCMAI_HOST_PCI_POSSIBLE
>> >> >+       bool
>> >> >+       depends on BCMAI && PCI = y
>> >> >+       default y
>> >> >+
>> >> >+config BCMAI_HOST_PCI
>> >> >+       bool "Support for AI on PCI-host bus"
>> >> >+       depends on BCMAI_HOST_PCI_POSSIBLE
>> >> >+
>> >> >+config BCMAI_DEBUG
>> >> >+       bool "BCMAI debugging"
>> >> >+       depends on BCMAI
>> >> >+       help
>> >> >+         This turns on additional debugging messages.
>> >> >+
>> >> >+         If unsure, say N
>> >
>> > Totally useless  :-(. It should really explain what AI means in this context.
>>
>> Feel free to propose sth.
>
> AFAICT AI means "artifical inteligence". So _you_ really need to fix your kconfig.

I always though of AI as of "American Idiot"... or just one of another
100 meanings: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ai_(disambiguation)

For a short time we didn't know real name of this bus, we
partially-guessed it to be AI. I can not help the fact this could be
understood as "artifical intelligence".

If you check PATCH V2, we renamed this to (AMBA) AXI. I don't have
better idea so i'll have to stay this way. Unless someone has a better
*proposal*.

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Rafał
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