On 3/20/10, Mark Cave-Ayland email@example.com wrote:
Blue Swirl wrote:
I'm currently leaning towards the PPC method, since loadfs.c seems to
such a lightweight wrapper that it hardly seems worth keeping. Can
see a reason to keep this before I go and rip it out?
I think ideally the internal APIs should be identical to POSIX ones (open, lseek, read/write, close). So this would be a step into right direction.
Okay - in that case I'll rip it out. Just as a side question, what could I use to test that I haven't broken the ELF code in QEMU? I'm guessing I could test using something like the FC12 bootable CD for each platform (x86, PPC and SPARC64) to check?
I think SILO and BSD loaders are still using a.out and Solaris uses FCode.