[coreboot] patch: more path support
rminnich at gmail.com
Thu Feb 14 23:35:39 CET 2008
Thanks for the notes. We did in the end resolve in favor of '@'.
On Thu, Feb 14, 2008 at 2:01 PM, Segher Boessenkool
<segher at kernel.crashing.org> wrote:
> > We are of course free to go away from the ePAPR flat device tree (we
> > did already to some extent).
> I am not talking about the ePAPR flat tree. I am talking about the
> flat tree as used in PowerPC Linux for many years now.
> > I agree with Segher we should stay close to the "original". That's why
> > we used dtc for our device tree creation to begin with. It has a
> > recognition effect, making it easier for others to join in.
> It's also well-proven technology. And lastly, wouldn't it be nice if
> we could hand-off the DTB to the kernel at boot -- bye-bye legacy
> > Also, at some point we're not writing the DTS manually anymore
> > anyways, so it doesn't really matter ;-))
> You'll always have to write some of it by hand, in one form or another,
> for some system-specific devices that cannot be probed or that you don't
> want to probe for (PHBs, I/O bridges, ...)
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