[OpenWrt-Devel] Proposal: Differentiating "skinny" platforms from others...
mcr at sandelman.ca
Sun May 3 11:47:32 EDT 2020
I think that CONFIG_SKINNY is a good concept, but for all the reasons you
Abuse Department <abuse at redfish-solutions.com> wrote:
> Some of us work with more current machines that are also more capable,
> realizing that eventually machines with 32MB of DRAM and 128MB of Flash
> will “age out” through failure and scarcity.
> By then we’ll have a new “normal” about what the minimum expectations
> are, and the conversation will continue, but with different
> Understanding that the definition of a “skinny” machine isn’t today
> what it was 5 years ago, and that it won’t be the same again in another
> 5 years, I’d like to proposal a CONFIG_ symbol that denotes that a
> platform is in a class of constrained architectures.
it seems that SKINNY should be an integer of some kind, not a boolean.
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