Platform files question
trini at kernel.crashing.org
Thu Nov 29 05:50:28 EST 2001
On Wed, Nov 28, 2001 at 09:14:42AM -0800, Michael Sokolov wrote:
> Armin Kuster <akuster at mvista.com> wrote:
> > AFAIK your board header should go in include/asm-ppc/platforms and your
> > board.c file should go arch/ppc/platforms
> Then are all the platforms that have their headers together with source files
> in arch/ppc/platforms and nothing in include/asm-ppc wrong? For example, back
> in MVista's 2.2 tree k2.h was in include/asm-ppc, but when I got to the public
> tree, which by then was linuxppc_2_4_devel, it moved to arch/ppc/kernel and is
> now in arch/ppc/platforms.
There's no exact way right now. But it breaks down like this, if you
have a port which does _not_ need to change include/asm-ppc/serial.h,
they can all go in arch/ppc/platforms. If you change
include/asm-ppc/serial.h AND newBoard_serial.h needs to include
newBoard.h, they both go in include/asm-ppc/platforms/.
If you're 8xx or 8260 tho, they always go in include/asm-ppc/platforms
because of how m8xx/m8260 ports work.
And there's always exceptions to the rule to boot :)
Tom Rini (TR1265)
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