Subject: Re: Split or don't split arm32?
To: Matt Thomas <email@example.com>
From: David Brownlee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/20/2000 12:20:47
Given the discussions on a common ELF format for arm26 and arm32
code, might it make more sense to work towards a common 'arch/arm'
and then separate arm26, riscpc, shark, cats, and others ports.
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On Tue, 19 Dec 2000, Matt Thomas wrote:
> At one point in time, it was discussed that the arm32 port
> should be split into 3 separate ports: dnard (shark), cats,
> and riscpc (acorn?).
> This would the common arm32 code and headers in arch/arm32
> but move the "port" specific to their respective directives.
> The reason I'm asking is another arm32 based will be coming
> to the repository soon and I'd like to do any split before
> I committing for it (or figure out how to glue it into arm32).
> For those that care, this will be a hpcarm32 port for arm32
> based handhelds like the Compaq iPaq.
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