[syslinux] *.c32 for efi64 and efi32?
doncuppjr at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 23 09:41:11 PDT 2014
On Wednesday, April 23, 2014 9:32 AM, Don Cupp <doncuppjr at yahoo.com> wrote:
I actually propose another strategy that may kills many birds with one stone. I think it should be able to be handled internally. Right now, we take a kernel argument as a literal file name hdt.c32 really mean load file hdt.c32. That great, it works, that is how most config files are written. All we need to do is change the expectation a little from a literal to a directive with a literal fallback. I will attempt to express in sudo
if kernel $ARG == `list keywords`.c32 || kernel $ARG == `list keywords`.com; then
exec kernel $ARG
This extra logic would allow the same config files to be used. It would allow a migration to config files that used the more generic keyword .com instead of .c32 to express the need to run another syslinux module. It would allow both 64 and 32 bit com modules to exist in the same directory, as it would allow them to have different extensions(.c32,e32,e64). And the the thing I really like, is that it makes it possible for make decisions based on system ARCH much more easily than by trying to figure out where to put files. It is basically compat with what is currently in existence and opens the doors quite a bit for handling multiple architectures.
My two cents.
On Wednesday, April 23, 2014 6:45 AM, Steven Shiau <steven at nchc.org.tw> wrote:
On 04/23/2014 09:06 PM, Ady wrote:
> Suggestions and patches are surely welcome.
Mine is only suggestion, and for sure I will just follow what Syslinux
Steven Shiau <steven _at_ stevenshiau org>
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