On Apr 13, 2012, at 9:13 PM, Grzegorz Bernacki wrote:
It was good to finally meet you!
>>> o In sbin/Makefile: we should have a distinct MK_NANDFS option
>>> for use by the file system code.
> - Is a separate MK_NANDFS knob really needed? Other filesystems don't seem to
> follow this route
> - The sys/fs/nandfs is only included per kernel config option, other userspace
> components per MK_NAND
> - Do you really think it is useful to have NAND framework built without NANDFS
> and vice versa, the FS without userland tools for it?
I don't think it's *really* needed per se, but since nandfs is
a useful file system on any kind of storage media, I can see
that people may want the file system, but not the NAND framework
bits. I thought that keeping the distinction between the 2 (as
we do in the kernel with "options NANDFS" and "device nand") is
probably a good thing.
I leave it up to you. It's not of any real significance either
Thanks for taking care of all the review comments!