Julian Elischer writes:
 > Can the IA64 and Alpha developers (Arm too?)
 > look at the KSE patch set at
 > http://www.freebsd.org/~julian/thediff
 > This compiles and runs pretty solidly on 386.
 > it needs people who understand the other architectures to make
 > the appropriate changes and send them to me (or check them int P4)
 > so that when this is checked into -current their architectures are
 > not broken. (On teh other hand if they would rather fix up the breakage
 > afterwards (which may be easier) then they should let me know
 > so I can get on with committing it.
 > Matt and I want to commit it  ASAP, so we can get on with
 > actual threading support. Peter has also indicated that he thinks that
 > it should be done soon, so I need toknow if there will 
 > be forthcoming changes for the other architectures,
 > or I should go ahead and commit...

Please, please don't intentionally break other architectures.  Esp
ones that actually work, like alpha.

Its basically just mechanical changes up until this point, right?
You've carved up the proc struct & ranamed some things, right?

I'd really appreciate it if you could make the mechanical changes
required to get it to the point where it at least compiles on alpha
using beast.freebsd.org. At that point, the people on -alpha should be
willing to test your patch and help fix any problems that come up.



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