Am 08.04.2017 um 23:55 schrieb Michal Marek:
Dne 8.4.2017 v 21:59 Andreas Färber napsal(a):
Am 07.04.2017 um 10:38 schrieb Michal Marek:
some time ago, we switched the vanilla configs
and subsequenly a few
other special flavors to only contain the diff agains the -default
kernel. I think it's a good idea to finish this conversion and only have
a single base config per architecture. After doing
sed -i '/CONFIG_MMU=y/d' config/*/debug config/i386/default
I get this
$ wc -l config/*/*
config/armv7hl/lpae is still not converted, because armv6 and armv7 are
"still not converted"??? It's not like we ever discussed a conversion!
(Did you maybe mean s/still not/not yet/?)
On the contrary, I already explained the default vs. lpae issue to you
back when integrating dtb-armv7l into kernel packaging.
I meant to simply say "lpae is not converted."
Okay, it sounded very pushy to me before.
already a fragment config, based on default. Being based on
default means we have no linux-next config for LPAE. So far no one has
asked for one.
I would claim that the lpae flavor is more important than default,
because it supports the newer-generation hardware. So if you absolutely
must force fragments onto us (which so far mostly affects myself and the
I'm not forcing this model on anyone. I think it's a good idea to do it
for -debug, because the diff to default is minimal. i386/default is also
largely similar it i386/pae. Let's see how it will work in practice.
Don't get me wrong, I am commenting solely on lpae here. vanilla and
64kb being fragments is a very helpful feature, thank you very much!
Having lpae not be a fragment obviously contradicts your "only have a
single base config per architecture" paradigm, which sounded like you
wanted to enforce that in your scripts.
Regarding linux-next for lpae, it can be done. It just
needs to be
switched in 4 different places, so please let me know upfront.
Thanks for that offer.
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