On Wed, 23 Jul 2003 20:06:58 +0100
Christoph Hellwig <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I know you absolutely disliked Andi's patch to make the xfrm subsystem
> optional so we might need find other ways to make the code smaller
> on those systems that need it.
I'm willing to reconsider it.
So basically we'd have a CONFIG_NET_XFRM, and things like
AH/ESP/IPCOMP/AH6/ESP6/IPCOMP6 would say "select NET_XFRM"
in the Kconfig where they are selected.
Then when CONFIG_NET_XFRM is not set all the xfrm interfaces
called from non-ipsec non-xfrm source files get NOP versions.
Is this exactly what Andi's patch did? Just send it on
so we can integrate this.
We actually lost a lot of code in other areas of the networking, for
example Andrew Morton and I made many bogus function inlines
undone because they made the code too large.
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