Subject: Re: New Convert/Simple Question
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Christos Zoulas <email@example.com>
Date: 07/11/2002 16:05:43
In article <1026373291.3d2d36ab8b2a0@lola.Pin.LU>,
Christian Limpach <chris@Pin.LU> wrote:
>Quoting Christos Zoulas <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> Grr. I don't have a NeXT that runs NetBSD to test the changes...
>does it really make sense to get turbo hardware supported? there
>doesn't seem to be much demand for NeXT support at all, there is/was
>almost no interest in getting working SCSI support into the tree. I'd
>give adding turbo support a try but with only having one turbo machine
>on which I'm happy with Nextstep (got to keep it alive somewhere ;-))
>and no indication that it would be put into the tree, it seems like a
>very futile undertaking.
Well, the problem seems to be that not many people have working NeXT
hardware anymore. I for one, would fire up my turbo slab if it NetBSD
worked on it.
On the working scsi support, I just bit the bullet and committed your
code. At least people should be able to use the SCSI support now.
The code needs some cleanup:
- indentation is inconsistent in places and lines wrap.
- some of the debugging stuff needs to be removed.
- commented out lines of code should be eliminated.
Do you want to work more on this?