In article <200009061757.MAA16848@duracef.shout.net> you wrote:
> Linus writes ...
> mec> (2) Make the architecture a configuration variable (!)
> linus> Why?
> The real reason is that it's the right thing to do. Part of a
> configuration is "what machine it's for".
> Here are some benefits:
> (a) Arjan's testing machinery would catch problems in all architectures,
> not just the x86.
This is technically not true. I can cross-compile with my tools just fine,
it "just" requires a decent cross-compiler on my system .
Arjan van de Ven
 I do have a 18Gb disk available for it
 Or someone should get me access on a <put favorite non-i386 arch here>
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