On 09/20/2016 10:19 AM, Ian Jackson wrote:
> Boris Ostrovsky writes ("Re: [PATCH v4 02/21] acpi: Prevent GPL-only code 
> from seeping into non-GPL binaries"):
>> But yes, I can split dsdt.asl as well. Should we keep _S5 definition as
>> GPL-only?
> I think once we're going down this route there is no benefit in trying
> to argue for individual bits of code-that-was-once-Lenovo's that there
> is no copyright interest.
> So I would split those lines out as well.  That will mean multiple
> includes.
> Does iasl have a suitable conditional include syntax or are you going
> to use `cat' or something in the Makefile ?

iasl has -I<path> option but I don't see a conditional. (And I have very
vague understanding of ASL syntax in case there is something that can be
done in the language itself).

I ran a quick test with 'cat' and it seems to work OK. Besides, we are
already using 'cat' implicitly: we append mk_dsdt output to existing
*asl file.


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