Re: [PATCH] Remove <asm/setup.h> from cmdlinepart.c

From: Geert Uytterhoeven
Date: Sun Mar 28 2004 - 16:10:00 EST

On Thu, 25 Mar 2004, Bjorn Helgaas wrote:
> Remove include of <asm/setup.h> from cmdlinepart.c. This
> is not be needed for i386 (it builds fine with this patch),
> and ia64 doesn't supply a setup.h.
> asm/setup.h contains a hodge-podge of stuff with no real
> consistency between architectures. It appears to be
> included mainly by arch-specific drivers:
> acsi (Atari disks)
> amiflop (Amiga floppy)
> z2ram (ZorroII ram disk)
> amiserial (Amiga serial)
> ...
> and under arch-specific #ifdefs:
> fbcon (under __mc68000__ or CONFIG_APUS)
> fonts (ditto)
> logo (CONFIG_M68K)
> ...

Indeed, <asm/setup.h> was introduced in the m68k port.



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