"Robert P. J. Day" wrote:
> "make xconfig" will not display simple config entries at
> the top menu level.
> granted, at the moment, there *are* none of these, but if
> you examine arch/i386/Kconfig, it's clear that such things are
> at least possible -- X86, MMU, SWAP and so on. (i deduce that,
> if a config entry has no label on its type attribute, it is
> not to be displayed, right?)
It's displayed, just push the back button until you get to the root.
Soon it should be possible to turn such entries (automatically) into
menuconfig entries, so they are displayed in the menu window.
BTW label is maybe the wrong word, it's a user prompt. If there is none,
it can't be displayed of course.
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