Subject: re: use .d for kernel
To: YAMAMOTO Takashi <>
From: matthew green <>
List: tech-kern
Date: 11/08/2005 20:36:04
   > Can you please explain how this is different from how it's done today, and 
   > what the benefits of the new or drawbacks of the old version are?
   - better concurrency.  (ie. make -j)
   - consistency with the rest of tree.

it also makes UPDATE builds faster i believe, since it only has to
rebuild the .d files for the changed files, not everything (except
the libs -- libkern & libcompat already use separate .d files.)

this would be great.