Hi,

here are some build screw-ups one can create by switching off the wrong
options:

 o CONFIG_XENO_OPT_NATIVE_REGISTRY (but CONFIG_XENO_OPT_PERVASIVE
   remains on): unresolved symbols rt_registry_bind and
   rt_registry_fetch, several warnings due to "#[el]if CONFIG_XENO_..."
   instead of "#[el]if defined(CONFIG_XENO_...)"

 o CONFIG_XENO_OPT_PERVASIVE: xnheap_init_mapped and
   xnheap_destroy_mapped become unresolved

The first issue reminds me of my unanswered question if
(CONFIG_XENO_OPT_PERVASIVE && CONFIG_XENO_SKIN_NATIVE &&
!CONFIG_XENO_OPT_NATIVE_REGISTRY) makes any sense at all (kernel objects
created from user space are looked up via the registry, right?).


I haven't worked out any patch for those issues. Actually, I only wanted
to put this patch forward when stumbling over the other:

--- ksrc/skins/native/Kconfig   (revision 564)
+++ ksrc/skins/native/Kconfig   (working copy)
@@ -127,7 +127,6 @@

 config XENO_OPT_NATIVE_INTR
        bool "Interrupts"
-       default y
        help

        This option provides a simple API to deal with interrupts,

Rationale: the /default/ way of handling IRQs should be via RTDM-based
drivers. Only users who know what they are doing should leave this path
and will have to switch on this feature explicitly. If this view can be
commonly accepted, I will add some lines to the feature's help text as well.

Jan

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