Subject: Re: "ofpci" and "ofppb" in NetBSD/sparc64
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
Date: 05/07/2002 09:29:36
>> How does it affect the MI pci subsystem if sparc64 chooses to do
>> things otherwise, ie, not use it? I must be missing something.
> If the MI subsystem is deficient, then that should be addressed,
> rather than adding machine-dependent kludges.
Yes, it should. But since when has this become dogma strong enough to
justify overriding a port's portmaster, and thereby presumably breaking
that port until someone figures out how to fix the MI stuff, and does
it? And, then, why aren't you also backing out, say, all graphics-head
console support for ports that don't use wscons? Or any of the other
various cases where a port doesn't yet use the MI version of something?
Or will you be, and this is just where you started?
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