Consider that done.
> > As it happens, the configuration doesn't allow more than one to be
> > built in (they can all be modules though), so it's not actually a
> > problem even after parameter unification.
> Hmmh, I think that'll need some testing. It will be fine if only one of
> the three is "y", the others being "n/undef". However, it looks like it's
> possible to have sth like "m/m/y", which would go wrong with the current
That's a bug. That configuration makes no sense (the modules won't
load). Hmmm... more Config.in complexity coming up 8(
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