Fri Jul 9 14:53:00 GMT 2004
On Wed, 7 Jul 2004, Dan Kegel wrote:
> The arm folks feel violently that 'make defconfig' is a misfeature;
> there are so many variants of arm that there is no one default,
> is the argument IIRC. So I'm not sure the patch is right,
> nor do I know what the right thing to do is.
This argument is definitely true for someone wanting to compile a
kernely. To what extent, however, does this affect the generation of
toolchains? In other words, does the toolchain, libc most likely,
depend on specific CONFIG_* options, and if so, which?
Maybe it would be a good idea to start collecting such critical CONFIG
switches on a per-arch basis, what do you think?
For completeness, besides the linux/autoconf.h file a toolchain also
requires linux/version.h. Obviously this is an arch invariant, though.
In addition, the include/asm link is needed.
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