[PATCH 0/3] libbsd: Create some basic buildsets.
christian.mauderer at embedded-brains.de
Fri Apr 27 07:58:36 UTC 2018
Am 27.04.2018 um 09:24 schrieb Chris Johns:
> On 27/04/2018 17:01, Christian Mauderer wrote:
>> Basically I think that the target version of this minimal buildset will
>> have about the features of the legacy stack - maybe a little less.
> This is a really good point and a nice thing to have because it provides a
> simplified environment for users switching from the legacy stack.
> What happens if we can drive minimal smaller, I am sure some would welcome that?
> Is minimal the best name for that entry level functionality?
basically I thought that we should have two versions with the purpose to
try whether everything can be compiled with or without as much features
as possible. That "minimal" provides the smallest footprint that is
possible is more or less a side effect. The third version ("default")
should be the one that matches most use cases.
If we find out in the future that there are a lot of use cases that need
some other configuration (for example something between "minimal" and
"default") we just add a forth version to the officially supported ones.
But I wanted to start with only few versions. It's the same as for the
BSPs: Each additional one adds extra testing effort.
I'm not sure whether the names are the best ones. They are only the ones
that I first came up with. Please feel free to suggest better ones.
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