> Indeed the whole setup.c is a bit confusing, a cpusetup.c file or somesuch
> would make things a bit simpler with maybe an exported function to setup.c
> in the nature of cpu_detect(...). In your 2.5 todo, are you going
> to move the errata/bugs to the same cpusetup file or a seperate one?
The thing is, some identification code needs errata workarounds to happen
(such as the cache sizing code for eg). There comes a point where
splitting stuff up into lots of little files goes too far and becomes
a hindrance rather than a benefit.
When the slicing & dicing happens, I'll take a look at the sizes of
the bits, and see if it's worthwhile.
-- | Dave Jones. http://www.codemonkey.org.uk | SuSE Labs
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