cvs commit: src/sys/cpu/i386/include float.h floatingpoint.h ieee.h ieeefp.h math.h perfmon.h profile.h setjmp.h sigframe.h sysarch.h tls.h varargs.h src/sys/ddb db_break.c src/sys/kern init_main.c kern_checkpoint.c kern_exec.c kern_exit.c kern_fp.c ...

YONETANI Tomokazu qhwt+dfly at
Wed Nov 8 14:45:40 PST 2006

On Wed, Nov 08, 2006 at 08:54:57AM -0800, Matthew Dillon wrote:
> :On Tue, Nov 07, 2006 at 09:51:24AM -0800, Matthew Dillon wrote:
> :>   Log:
> :>   Misc cleanups and CVS surgery.  Move a number of header and source files
> :>   from machine/pc32 to cpu/i386 as part of the ongoing architectural separation
> :>   work and do a bit of cleanup.
> :
> :Is /sys/boot/i386/libi386 supposed to be removed, too?
>     No, I'm trying to avoid messing with the boot build.  At most we might
>     rename it to sys/boot/pc32/libi386, but for now I'm just not worrying
>     about it.

Well, my point was that I already saw the following two directories
with almost the same contents, so I thought that you were planning to
remove one of them but didn't do it yet :)

So if my patch contained a patch to /sys/boot/i386/libi386/biosacpi.c,
I just need to change it to patch /sys/boot/pc32/libi386/biosacpi.c, right?

>     The main thing is to separate cpu-specific components such as
>     atomic.h, atomic.c, in_cksum2.s, from PC-specific components
>     such as BIOS, ACPI, APM support, etc.  Cpu components are being
>     put in cpu/i386/... and PC components are being put in machine/pc32/...
>     This way the virtual kernel build, which replaces the PC components,
>     can still use the cpu components without having to duplicate them.
> 					-Matt
> 					Matthew Dillon 
> 					<dillon at xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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