Subject: Re: arc bootloader (Re: Just Checking )
To: Rafal Boni <rafal.boni@eDial.com>
From: Chuck Silvers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/09/2001 13:39:34
it'd be nice if userland sources were not stored in the kernel directories.
I'd like to eventually get to the point where we have identical userlands
on (for example) all the mipsel platforms, so that they can share binary sets.
this gets harder if random programs are off in the kernel directories.
how about just putting it in usr.sbin/arcdiag? the Makefile can skip
that directory for architectures where it doesn't make sense.
On Mon, Jul 09, 2001 at 03:44:24PM -0400, Rafal Boni wrote:
> In message <200107091925.EAA12274@srapc342.sra.co.jp>, soda writes:
> -> But where is the appropriate place to commit the arcdiag?
> -> I thought sys/arch/arc/stand/arcdiag/ is appropriate at first,
> -> but then I've heard that someone is using modified arcdiag program on
> -> sgimips. (And perhaps it may be usable on arcbios based alpha, too.)
> I know I've used it on sgimips, and I thought Soren had played with it
> Depending on how gross it sounds, maybe it could be stuffed into
> Jason's new arcbios directory (sys/dev/arcbios/stand, for example),
> though that seems to be sort-of gross (and doesn't fit any prior
> art), so maybe it should be just left under arch/arc.
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