trini at kernel.crashing.org
Wed Nov 28 02:22:44 EST 2001
On Tue, Nov 27, 2001 at 10:32:40PM +1100, Paul Mackerras wrote:
> I want to create a new directory, include/asm-ppc/platforms, for those
> files which mainly contain configuration information for specific
> platforms, such as address and IRQ assignments for on-board devices.
> The files that I want to move into include/asm-ppc/platforms are:
amgia*.h ans-lcd.h backlight.h heathrow.h keylargo.h pmac_feature.h
prep_nvram.h gg2.h uninorth.h and maybe ppc405_dma.h as well. I think I
might have missed a few pmac-specific platform headers in there...
> This requires corresponding minor changes to 14 files in
> arch/ppc/platforms and 5 files in include/asm-ppc, plus some changes
> in the files that move to include/asm-ppc/platforms.
> Does anyone have any comments or objections?
Like I said on IRC, I don't think this really helps much. I will
conceed that in _devel we have more .h files in include/asm-$(ARCH) than
anyone else, but if we're going to do some organization, lets do more
than throwing lots of files in one directory, which could keep on
I sort of like the include/asm-ppc/platforms symlink idea, but I forget
if kbuild-2.5 works well with this or if it is/was painful. Keith?
Barring that, maybe make processor, platform and peripheral dirs?
Tom Rini (TR1265)
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