> I ported the code from arch/ppc/boot, so if you like that scheme, what
> is it that you don't like about the patch I sent? The directory
> structure is the same as arch/ppc/boot, and the generic code is the same
> as well.
I see that PPC now has some of the silly utils where $(shell
objdump ...) in the Makefile would be a lot tighter. Other
superficial but better ways like subdir-$(CONFIG_<board>) are
not used (instead ifdef CONFIG_NEC_PB100 $MAKE -- ugh!). Not
sure why using CFLAGS/LOADADDR/.. from arch/mips/Makefile is not
done either... dup'ing this is bad. Use "override CFLAGS" if it
needs to be re-constructed from GCCFLAGS,CPPFLAGS...
Apologies for playing "armchair coder". I'll try to create Korva
version... but mine does it without benefit of a separate loader
(standalone vrboot style)... which might be a useful standard
Seems to me this is way more important than vrxx stuff... which
is already done and over... compression/initrd is in its infancy.
Geoffrey Espin email@example.com