Re: directory structure
Bruce Sass <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I can not use CVS because I do not have access to a computer with both a
> command line and a 'net connection. So, unless someone can point me to
> a http or ftp based interface...
> Re: the problem at hand
> Does this accurately address all the issues.
> (Note: I'm not trying to write something suitable for public
> consumption, I just want to cover all the bases)
Yes -- although I have some issues with your terminology.
>  A "platform" is defined by the microprocessor (or processor family)
> that is used in a computer. (alpha, i386, m68k, powerpc, sparc)
>  An "architecture" is defined by the microprocessor and supporting
> integrated circuits that are used in a computer. If a platform has
> only one architecture, there will be no "architecture" directory.
I don't know if these terms are right. I think  is both platform
and/or architecture. I've been using 'subarchitecture' for . I
don't know if there is a better term for that.
Attached is the resulting tree that I came up with for sparc. I
haven't had any comments from the sparc folks so this is provisional.
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>
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