after the config changes atapi-all.o isn't compiled anymore. Every other
atapi-*/ata-* has a representation in /sys/compile/<IDENT>/Makefile.

After looking at /sys/conf/files.i386 I'm a little bit confused:
dev/ata/ata-all.c               count           ata
dev/ata/ata-disk.c              count           atadisk
dev/ata/ata-dma.c               optional        ata
dev/ata/atapi-all.c             count           atapicd
dev/ata/atapi-all.c             count           atapifd
dev/ata/atapi-all.c             count           atapist
dev/ata/atapi-cd.c              optional        atapicd
dev/ata/atapi-fd.c              optional        atapifd
dev/ata/atapi-tape.c            optional        atapist

I have ata, atadisk and atapifd in my kernel config and if I understand
the above (I didn't think I do, I'm confused about "count" for ata-all.c
and ata-disk.c) atapi-all should find its way into the Makefile.

Unfortunally I haven't seen someone else complain about this. Can some
reproduce this?


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