in crt0.s, and it is used to uncompress linuxbios_ram when using romcc.
On 5/22/06, Stefan Reinauer <stepan(a)coresystems.de> wrote:
* Ronald G Minnich <rminnich(a)lanl.gov> [060522
It's fine with me. As i said, I had a gzip
decompressor in early
linuxbios, and we can look at getting it back. I just stole the one from
the kernel. nrv2b is nice, I understand, for the romcc section where you
don't have many variables to play with, but it's been so long since I
looked at the gunzip code that I have no idea if this is true.
We never actually compile nrv2b with romcc, do we? At the point we run
nrv2b ram has to be enabled anyways - we uncompress the code somewhere.
So our limits are far bigger than that.
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