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Tom Rini trini at
Thu Apr 11 01:09:36 EST 2002

On Tue, Apr 09, 2002 at 01:05:42PM -0700, Michael Sokolov wrote:
> Tom Rini <trini at> wrote:
> > And the other point is that this makes it less clean to add in a new
> > board port.
> No, it's perfectly clean, you just throw one more machine into the
> CONFIG_GENERIC_PPC32 framework.

You're touching c files.  See Pauls comments about that.

> > But what if they aren't really configurable?
> They may not be configurable on a given board, but they are configurable given
> an infinite number of boards.

So why not ask it for boards where it's reasonable?  IE asking about
8xx enet on 6xx is harmless, but why do it?

> > You could turn off
> > CONFIG_PCI, but I don't think you'd get too far on most[1] systems.

Yes, and I said most, not all, most. :)

Tom Rini (TR1265)

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