> > > > > Anyway, my 4.9 LINT has comments. > > I certainly hope to see them when I get to 5.xxx. > > > > You will see them, as Kris noted already, in NOTES. If you want to see > them in LINT, do something like > > $ cd /usr/src/sys && cat conf/NOTES i386/conf/NOTES > i386/conf/LINT > > :) > >... > > I feel like that this separation of a file needed for developers > (LINT) and file readable by others (NOTES) nevertheless has some > sense. For example, one doesn't have to make sure that NOTES is in any > way compilable, it's `lines that can be cut/pasted into kernel' config > file. That way, one may be able to enumerate more options, even they > are mutually exclsive. That's just one reason that came to my > mind. The reason for splitting notes into conf/NOTES and > <arch>/conf/NOTES seems more obvious: common devices go into the > former, specific - into the latter.
Well if they are all there and well kept up, it could be OK. I hope near the top of the LINT file there will be a comment referring us to that NOTES file then. It will be helpful to keep down the high blood preassure of those of us in a panic. ////jerry > > HTH. > > > -- > DoubleF > Jesus Saves, > Moses Invests, > But only Buddha pays Dividends. > > --Signature=_Tue__2_Mar_2004_18_58_01_+0300_DnChs3If.e7IrC0r > Content-Type: application/pgp-signature > > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- > Version: GnuPG v1.2.4 (FreeBSD) > > iD8DBQFARK8dwo7hT/9lVdwRAiRrAJwLQbjc4M3CYynFLcjrpjDJKayJxwCfSC5c > pKXb1XITI9bQs+cg/Psk5R4= > =YaPD > -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- > > --Signature=_Tue__2_Mar_2004_18_58_01_+0300_DnChs3If.e7IrC0r-- > > _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"