* Thomas Gleixner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Mon, 2007-09-10 at 21:11 +0200, Sam Ravnborg wrote:
> > One of the complaints raised about the current x86_64 Makfiles are 
> > the ugliness needed to reuse code from i386. Andi asked me if we 
> > could do something in kbuild to make this less ugly and below are 
> > the hack I could come up with.
> while in general this is definitely a nice change, it does not really 
> solve the real problem of code scattered across two architectures. The 
> Makefile polishing is the least thing we care about.
> Thanks,

i'd like to add it here that Makefile polishing is important - it's just 
that in the context of arch/*x86* the Makefile impact of the current 
cross-arch code sharing practice is one of the smaller problems and the 
Makefiles get cleaned up via the arch/x86 merge anyway.


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