Re: For if you have multiple kernel trees.
Mon, 16 Jun 1997 16:50:24 -0400 (EDT)

> (Rogier Wolff) writes:
> > If you have multiple kernel trees next to each other, many files are
> > still the same, even though the trees may be of wildly different
> > versions.
> Or you can simply use tools like CVS to do a similar job but in a completely
> different manner.
> Stefan

If these files do not depend on the architecture, shouldn't they be in a
directory like common/ (sorta like the Solaris source)?