Kernel headers trouble

Mike Frysinger vapier at
Tue Dec 6 19:10:57 UTC 2005

On Tuesday 06 December 2005 14:05, Rob Landley wrote:
> On Tuesday 06 December 2005 10:13, Mike Frysinger wrote:
> > On Tue, Dec 06, 2005 at 03:49:11PM +0100, Tito wrote:
> > > I put thogether a simple script (attached) to check clashes in kernel
> > > headers.
> >
> > so why havent we just done a global sed 's:CONFIG_:BB_CONFIG_:g' yet ?
> 1) In my case, I'm trying to migrate the CONFIG_ symbols to ENABLE_
> symbols. I wouldn't be against some other prefix if it was shorter to type.
>  (BB_ works for me.  We've already got _FEATURE_ on most of the ones that
> aren't applets.)

so you're planning on replacing all CONFIG_ symbols with ENABLE_ ?

> 2) I'm also calling the CONFIG_ stuff leaking into normal #include space a
> kernel header bug, since polluting the namespace like that is pretty sucky.
> Most headers don't do that.  The ones that do are broken.  At the very
> least, they should put one or more _ on the front of those.

certainly, but it's not something that will ever change

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