[U-Boot-Users] CFG_LOAD_ADDR vs. CONFIG_LOADADDR vs. CFG_TFTP_LOADADDR
wd at denx.de
Thu Jan 11 00:19:14 CET 2007
In message <45A51B26.4030803 at freescale.com> you wrote:
> What's the difference between CFG_LOAD_ADDR and CONFIG_LOADADDR? Looking at the
One underscore, a 'O', a 'N', and a 'I' ;-)
CFG_LOAD_ADDR is what you are supposed to use in the code.
CONFIG_LOADADDR is the value used to initialize the "loadaddr"
variable in the default environment.
> code, it looks like their both used as default load addresses, but I don't see
> why they should have different values (they do in most header files).
I see little reason to define CONFIG_LOADADDR at all.
> The README also talks about CFG_TFTP_LOADADDR, but I don't see where that's used
> in the code.
It ain't used, and should be removed.
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