Subject: Re: .../arch/alpha/tc/scc.c #includes
To: None <email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Olaf Seibert <email@example.com>
Date: 10/25/2000 10:25:34
On Wed 25 Oct 2000 at 08:52:11 +0200, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> On 24 Oct, Olaf Seibert wrote:
> > .../arch/alpha/tc/scc.c #includes <pmax/include/pmioctl.h>
> This is not Linux. There are no separate kernel sources for each
> architekture. _Everything_ is in one source code tree. Reuse of code
> from other architektures is intended.
Well yes, but then the sources are generally placed in a
machine-independent directory. Or in some cases in a directory which is
meant for some subset of machines (with m68k or ppc I think).
What we have here is that a non-pmax file is incuding a pmax-only file.
This looks like a mistake to me. I think this include file (and the
others I did not mention) should be moved to a more appropriate
location, and that that location is included in both the ksrc-pmax and
the ksrc-alpha sup set.
If that is not feasable for some reason, at the very least these pmax
files should be added to the ksrc-alpha sup set.
But some shared directory seems necessary anyway; a friend is getting a
DEC 5400 and apparently that's mostly a VAX but with a MIPS processor,
so if his project of getting NetBSD working on it ever gets off the
ground, a lot of code sharing should be possible.
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