Subject: Re: A name for the NetBSD port to the Psion Series 5 mx
To: John Fremlin <email@example.com>
From: David Brownlee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/01/2001 20:56:53
On 1 May 2001, John Fremlin wrote:
> > > I don't know where the Psion7/netBook falls. I'm only going for a 5mx
> > > port. (This port might also work on the 5mxPro and possibly the Revo,
> > > I'm not sure. The Linux people have started calling their port psion
> > > windemere which encompasses these three similar machines.)
> > The hardware in an Acorn A410 and A5000 are pretty wildly
> > different, but they share the same MMU design and (I believe)
> > interrrupt handling, and some very similar support hardware so a
> > common arm26 port makes sense.
> > By that logic your 5mx, revo, revoPlus group makes a lot of sense
> > (do you have any reference for the 5mxPro?)
> Just a fellow who was interested in the port. He said he had a 5mxPro
> and that it was similar to a 5mx (he said it was Windemere
> Would the suggested new sys/arch/handarm/ directory be appropriate
> then in this case?
I'd prefer something that would indicate it would cover the 5mx
etc rather than the 5 or even non psion like machines.
If they really are all Windemere architecture then that is
probably the best name, less intuitive though it may be.
Another option might be arm7110.
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