It would seem
quite easy and there's already lots of redundant code there, but
possible problems arise from being able to work with both the old
unmerged kernels and the future merged arch kernels.
Would the issues be located at the Adeos level, or would this leak to
Xeno's arch-dep layer?
I suppose adeos level should go nicely with the kernel changes once
they're in place; we can easily mimick the kernel techniques (#ifdefs)
to tell which arch we're on. The issues would be with Xeno having to
distinguish the kernel were building for. I'm quite sure putting all the
Xenomai stuff under a common powerpc and having a few #ifdef
__powerpc32/64__ won't be enough. Having SAID that, it probably will
enough, though :)
-- Heikki Lindholm
- Re: [Xenomai-core] Linux powerpc merger Heikki Lindholm