On Wed, 2008-11-12 at 13:35 +0300, Sergei Shtylyov wrote:
> Kevin Hickey wrote:
> > And in keeping with my other email, I think that the evalboards
> > directory is a good idea (though I would recommend the name
> > "develboards" as that is what DB stands for), but it should contain
> I'd prefer devel-boards, or dev-boards.
dev-boards works for me.
> > subdirectories for each board and a common directory for common DB code.
> > Smashing all of the board code into one file doesn't leave any room to
> > grow if that file gets too big.
> I doubt that this could be the case here. And I don't think anybody
> has placed limits on the source file size so far.
I agree from a technical standpoint. I meant that if the files
logically grew too much and it was desirable to split them, there would
be nowhere to put the split files. On the other hand, I suppose that we
don't need that today and we can always create the directory later if
> > Also, a single common.c will not be sufficient in the future.
> Wait, the file only includes prom_init() for now, so might be worth
> renaming it...
> > =Kevin
> > On Sat, 2008-11-08 at 13:08 +0100, Manuel Lauss wrote:
> >> Move all code of the Pb/Db boards to a single subdirectory and extract
> >> some common code.
> >> Signed-off-by: Manuel Lauss <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> And now I'll have to give Kevin two lessons of the network etiquette:
> - don't top-post (your comments should be below the quoted text you're
> replying to);
> - above all, don't leave tens of KBs of uncommented patch behind, do
> spend several seconds to delete it!
My apologies. I will comply in this and future posts.
> WBR, Sergei