* Mitch Bradley <wmb(a)firmworks.com> [070315 04:40]:
Stefan Reinauer wrote:
>Such a document has not been written yet. If you are interested, I can
>grant you wiki access and we can try set up such a document as a
>proposal for the working group.
Yes, we should do that.
What things have to be covered?
* memory management
* device tree
* client interface specifics
* user interface specifics (are there any?)
* x86 assembler?
Mitch, do you
know about any preliminary documents or de facto standards
There was a document at one point, but I can't find it.
The other users of OFW on x86 probably don't care very much what we do;
there is little opportunity for sharing.
If it ends up being a good documentation of how OFW works, then that's
not a bad thing as well.
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