Tristan Gingold <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote on 09/26/2006 07:54:27 AM:

> Le Mercredi 13 Septembre 2006 18:42, Stefan Berger a écrit :
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote on 09/13/2006 11:00:16 AM:
> > > That is where the (non-inline) ACM/multiboot functions should live; not
> > > in a header file.
> >
> > I could move them there but that would include the architecture-dependent
> > #ifdef's.
> >
> > > > What about the multiboot code. Do you think PPC will be able to also
> > > > use this part? Not that I would move it, it's more out of curiosity.
> > >
> > > Well, that ifdef will need changing. Why must it exist at all, is it
> > > some weirdness of Xen/x86-64?
> >
> > Yes, on x86-64 we need that. It would be possible to define MACROs for
> > x86-64 and i386 so the code could look the same. It will be necessary to
> > do either that for ia64 and ppc as well, or we just leave the #ifdef's in
> > the ACM code.
> Hi,
>
> sorry for the late reply, I am just back from holidays.
>
> It seems you patch has not yet been merged.  Is there any reason ?
> I'd like to see it in the repository, it will help me to enable ACM on ia64.
>

We wanted to wait for the 3.0.3 close and submit them soon after that.

> > Either way is fine by me. From what I could find, there's at
> > least grub available for ia64, so chances that ia64 can also use the
> > multiboot code are high.
> Yes I am porting grub to ia64.  I am not sure it could use multiboot as is

:-)

  Stefan

> because multiboot is not 64 bits ready.



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