> > > > What are .s files in arch/i386/boot, are they c sources of some sort?
> > > > Where can I find the specifications documents they were made from?
> > >
> > > There are not c files.
> > > They are assembler files
> > >
> > > Try running gcc on a c file with the -S option
> > > it will generate the same then you can tweak the
> > > assembler produced to make it faster.
> > >
> > Where can I find the .c files they were made from,
> > and the spec sheets the .c files were made from?
> You would have to find the original author of the person
> who tweaks the assembler in the .s file chances are the .c
> file is long gone though.
> Why do all .c files have to be generated from a spec sheet ?
I think Linus is the author, and he would have got the information
from somewhere, we just have to ask him where he got it from...
Err... Linus? Are you there?
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