[PATCH Try#2] introduce-fiq-hdq.patch
andy at openmoko.com
Fri Feb 15 22:33:21 CET 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
> Andy Green wrote:
>> No its much more irretrievably messed up than that, because if we
>> introduce a feature at GTAxx it gets tagged as GTAxx forever even when
>> it turns out it exists in GTA(xx+1), etc and so on.
> That's pretty much standard practice. We also use quite a few "2410"
> drivers, even though our chip is a 2442.
Nobody figured out a better way you mean, obviously s3c2442 is not
s3c2440, s3c2410, s3c24xx (well, arguably it is that) or the best one,
s3c all of which are used in current kernel filenames for our product.
> Another important aspect of the GTA01 etc. naming scheme is that it
> gives us compact and consistent names. If we make a GTA03, it'll
> be obvious that it's from the same family, no matter what name
> marketing will put on it.
Yet we're not using them in Kconfig... for good reason... which is the
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