> The actual executable UML generates is called "linux" anyway, so its
> Makefile can have its own rule (as for other archs the boot images)
> which builds "linux" from "vmlinux" using gcc and the link script. -
> I.e. the same way as UML used to do it earlier, anyway.
I'd actually prefer the one-stage link. That takes better advantage of
the infrastructure that you've put in place.
Instead of making LDFLAGS_vmlinux available to the arch Makefile, can
you make cmd_link_vmlinux available? Then I can just rewrite it.
That looks like it has no impact on the global Makefile except for moving
it above the include of the arch Makefile.
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