Re: usb module orginization
From: John-Mark Gurney (gurney_j_at_efn.org)
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2003 12:09:44 -0700 To: Bruce Evans <email@example.com>
Bruce Evans wrote this message on Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 20:24 +1000:
> On Mon, 7 Jul 2003, John-Mark Gurney wrote:
> > I would like to move the usb modules into a subdir like the many
> > other "groups" of modules already in the tree. (i2c, digi, geom,
> > netgraph, to name a few)
> > i.e. modules/usb/ucom, modules/usb/usb, modules/usb/aue etc.
> This would be bug-for-bug compatible with the i2c, digi, geom,
> netgraph groups of modules to name a few. Don't forget to put
> the installed modules in subdirs so that they are hard to find too.
There is one thing that I don't like about modules in a subdir is that
you can't select them well. But, not having them in a sub dir means you
don't know what modules belong to usb w/o using a find . -name Makefile
| xargs grep usb (or something else). Even then do you put something
like uaudio under sound or usb? :) (currently it's under sound)
Do you want me to bug compatible by adding a prefix for it? (like snd_
or geom_, but not i2c.)
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