> Linus, kbuild 2.5 is ready for inclusion in the main 2.5 kernel tree.
> It is faster, better documented, easier to write build rules in, has
> better install facilities, allows separate source and object trees, can
> do concurrent builds from the same source tree and is significantly
> more accurate than the existing kernel build system.
Significantly more accurate, or actually *acurate* as in "never
forgets to rebuild anything"?
PS: Okay, modulo bugs...
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