[klibc] klibc structure in the kernel
rddunlap at osdl.org
Fri Jul 30 11:55:36 PDT 2004
On Fri, 30 Jul 2004 22:03:42 +0200 Sam Ravnborg wrote:
| Hi all.
| Proposal for directory structure in the kernel:
| usr/include <= _all_ include files
| usr/include/arch/$(ARCH) <= arch specific include files
Is this supposed to address linux-abi header files in the kernel
| usr/klibc <= klibc files
| usr/klibc/arch/$(ARCH) <= arch specific config and files
| except include files
| usr/kinit <= program integrated in the kernel
| usr/kinit/nfsmount <= used by kinit, and stanalone
| usr/kinit/ipconfig <= as do
| Combine all header files in a single tree with an arch specific
| place when relevant.
| Will we clutter this up over time or is this flat structure OK?
| The reason to keep nfsmount/ipconfig under kinit is that kinit are
| dependent on the two.
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