Re: [PATCH 4/33] i386: CONFIG_PHYSICAL_START cleanup
From: Sam Ravnborg
Date: Thu Aug 03 2006 - 10:03:44 EST
> Stupid questions:
> - Why do we still have a linux/config.h if it is totally redundant.
> - Why don't we have at least a #warning in linux/config.h that would
> tell us not to include it.
> - Why do we still have about 200 includes of linux/config.h in the
> kernel tree?
> I would much rather have a compile error, or at least a compile
> warning rather than needed a code review to notice this error.
In progress. As part of the ongoing header cleanup all include
<config.h> are being removed and a warning is included in config.h.
When the change was done I did not want to spew out thousands of warning
for a simple thing like this.
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