[PATCH 1/6] ARM: refresh defconfig files

Scott Branden scott.branden at broadcom.com
Fri Jul 22 01:33:58 AEST 2022

Hi Arnd,

On 2022-07-21 07:13, Arnd Bergmann wrote:
> From: Arnd Bergmann <arnd at arndb.de>
> A lot of Kconfig options have changed over the years, and we tend
> to not do a blind 'make defconfig' to refresh the files, to ensure
> we catch options that should not have gone away.
> I used some a bit of scripting to only rework the bits where an
> option moved around in any of the defconfig files, without also
> dropping any of the other lines, to make it clearer which options
> we no longer have.
Resync is fine.  But, it would be great if the defconfig files were kept 
in sync. Almost every kernel version kconfig options change which affect 
these files. Could we put in place a defconfig refresh per kernel 
version to keep them all in sync going forward?

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