barebox on x86

Jean-Christophe PLAGNIOL-VILLARD plagnioj at
Tue Aug 31 09:18:17 EDT 2010

On 12:25 Tue 31 Aug     , Stefan Reinauer wrote:
>  Hi,
> here's some initial work on getting barebox working on x86 (again?).
> The patch is very ugly, and it makes some assumptions on me using
> Darwin/Mac OS X to compile barebox.
> What kind of becomes clear though, is that there is no clear distinction
> between which set of headers are used for the user space utilities and
> which set of headers are used for the barebox binary. I think that's the
> reason why barebox features an include/linux directory which seems to
> duplicate about half of what Linux usually has in there, but more than
> barebox uses (or should use, ftm).
> With the attached patch I get as far as the linking stage.
why do you touch it?
barebox is self content so I do not understand why you do such modificaton
specially uf we are supposed to do crosscompile

Best Regards,

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