Am 28.01.2011 22:02, schrieb Stefan Reinauer:
Stuff like cmos.layout could arguably go into
fallback/ or normal/.
What's the right way to solve this with cbfs-files-y?
cbfs-files-y += $(CONFIG_CBFS_PREFIX)/cmos.layout
$(CONFIG_CBFS_PREFIX)/cmos.layout-file := #and so on
If it stays in /, what happens if an image is updated
with a newer
version of cmos.layout (say, no old options move/remove so it's safe in
that regard). Will the file be ignored? Or Overwritten? Do we produce a
proper warning for that?
good question, but probably not.
updating things is still a "you better know what you're doing" operation