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--- a/documentation/RFC/config.tex
+++ b/documentation/RFC/config.tex
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ We describe the new configuration language for LinuxBIOS.
This document defines the new configuration language for LinuxBIOS.
\section{Goals}
-The goals of the new language are these:
+The goals of the new language are these:
\begin{itemize}
\item Simplified Makefiles so people can see what is set
\item Move from the regular-expression-based language to something
@@ -16,22 +16,22 @@ a bit more comprehensible and flexible
\item make the specification easier for people to use and understand
\item allow unique register-set-specifiers for each chip
\item allow generic register-set-specifiers for each chip
-\item generate static initialization code, as needed, for the
-specifiers.
+\item generate static initialization code, as needed, for the
+specifiers.
\end{itemize}
\section{Language}
Here is the new language. It is very similar to the old one, differing
-in only a few respects. It borrows heavily from Greg Watson's suggestions.
+in only a few respects. It borrows heavily from Greg Watson's suggestions.
-I am presenting it in a pseudo-BNF in the hopes it will be easier. Things
-in '' are keywords; things in ``'' are strings in the actual text.
+I am presenting it in a pseudo-BNF in the hopes it will be easier. Things
+in '' are keywords; things in ``'' are strings in the actual text.
\begin{verbatim}
#exprs are composed of factor or factor + factor etc.
expr ::= factor ( ``+'' factor | ``-'' factor | )*
#factors are term or term * term or term / term or ...
factor ::= term ( ``*'' term | ``/'' term | ... )*
-#
+#
unary-op ::= ``!'' ID
# term is a number, hexnumber, ID, unary-op, or a full-blown expression
term ::= NUM | XNUM | ID | unary-op | ``(`` expr ``)''
@@ -39,27 +39,27 @@ term ::= NUM | XNUM | ID | unary-op | ``(`` expr ``)''
# Option command. Can be an expression or quote-string.
# Options are used in the config tool itself (in expressions and 'if')
# and are also passed to the C compiler when building linuxbios.
-# It is an error to have two option commands in a file.
+# It is an error to have two option commands in a file.
# It is an error to have an option command after the ID has been used
# in an expression (i.e. 'set after used' is an error)
option ::= 'option' ID '=' (``value'' | term)
# Default command. The ID is set to this value if no option command
-# is scanned.
-# Multiple defaults for an ID will produce warning, but not errors.
+# is scanned.
+# Multiple defaults for an ID will produce warning, but not errors.
# It is OK to scan a default command after use of an ID.
# Options always over-ride defaults.
default ::= 'default' ID '=' (``value'' | term)
# the mainboard, southbridge, northbridge commands
# cause sourcing of Config.lb files as in the old config tool
-# as parts are sourced, a device tree is built. The structure
+# as parts are sourced, a device tree is built. The structure
# of the tree is determined by the structure of the components
# as they are specified. To attach a superio to a southbridge, for
# example, one would do this:
-# southbridge acer/5432
-# superio nsc/123
-# end
+# southbridge acer/5432
+# superio nsc/123
+# end
# end
# the tool generates static initializers for this hierarchy.
@@ -79,17 +79,17 @@ register ::= 'register' ``CODE''
mainboard ::= 'mainboard' PATH (statements)* 'end'
# standard linuxbios commands
-southbridge ::= 'southbridge' PATH (statemnts)* 'end'
-northbridge ::= 'northbridge' PATH (statemnts)* 'end'
-superio ::= 'superio PATH (statemnts)* 'end'
-cpu ::= 'cpu' PATH (statemnts)* 'end'
-arch ::= 'arch' PATH (statemnts)* 'end'
+southbridge ::= 'southbridge' PATH (statemnts)* 'end'
+northbridge ::= 'northbridge' PATH (statemnts)* 'end'
+superio ::= 'superio PATH (statemnts)* 'end'
+cpu ::= 'cpu' PATH (statemnts)* 'end'
+arch ::= 'arch' PATH (statemnts)* 'end'
# files for building linuxbios
-# include a file in crt0.S
-mainboardinit ::= 'mainboardinit' PATH
+# include a file in crt0.S
+mainboardinit ::= 'mainboardinit' PATH
-# object file
+# object file
object ::= 'object' PATH
# driver objects are just built into the image in a different way
driver ::= 'driver' PATH
@@ -116,7 +116,7 @@ makedefine ::= 'makedefine' ``RAWTEXT''
addaction ::= 'addaction' PATH ``ACTION''
# statements
-statement ::=
+statement ::=
option
| default
| cpu
@@ -204,12 +204,12 @@ ldscript cpu/i386/entry32.lds
###
### Build our reset vector (This is where linuxBIOS is entered)
###
-if CONFIG_USE_FALLBACK_IMAGE
- mainboardinit cpu/i386/reset16.inc
- ldscript cpu/i386/reset16.lds
+if CONFIG_USE_FALLBACK_IMAGE
+ mainboardinit cpu/i386/reset16.inc
+ ldscript cpu/i386/reset16.lds
else
- mainboardinit cpu/i386/reset32.inc
- ldscript cpu/i386/reset32.lds
+ mainboardinit cpu/i386/reset32.inc
+ ldscript cpu/i386/reset32.lds
end
.
.
@@ -227,7 +227,7 @@ makerule ./auto.inc dep "./romcc ./auto.E" act "./romcc -O ./auto.E > auto.inc"
mainboardinit ./auto.inc
#
###
-### Include the secondary Configuration files
+### Include the secondary Configuration files
###
northbridge amd/amdk8
end
@@ -286,6 +286,6 @@ export CC:=$(CONFIG_CROSS_COMPILE)gcc
\end{verbatim}
-In other words, instead of expressions, we see the values. It's easier to
-deal with.
+In other words, instead of expressions, we see the values. It's easier to
+deal with.