[coreboot] [v2] r4238 - in trunk/coreboot-v2/src/northbridge: amd/amdfam10 amd/gx1 amd/gx2 amd/lx intel/e7501 intel/e7520 intel/e7525 intel/i3100 intel/i440bx intel/i82810 intel/i82830 intel/i855gme intel/i855pm via/cn700 via/cx700 via/vt8601 via/vt8623
patrick at georgi-clan.de
Sat May 16 14:07:34 CEST 2009
Am 16.05.2009 13:06, schrieb Luc Verhaegen:
> This makes me wonder... why is this HIGH_TABLES stuff done in the ram
> controller code and not general? Is this just a transitional phase and
> will this be done generally?
It's a matter of finding the right location. That location must have
access to tolmk and high_tables_base, at a time between the last
modification of tolmk and the first use of high_tables_base.
The northbridge code is already an improvement to before, where it was
in the mainboard code.
I _think_, tolmk is only available in the northbridge (and mainboard
code called from there), so this code moved there instead of some truly
I'm very open to a more generic solution.
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