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Le 19/10/2015 23:25, Uwe Seimet a écrit :
The SCSI Driver itself does not have any influence on the functionality
of Hatari. Only when the TOS stub is started the native SCSI Driver code
Anyway, there are several ways to switch off parts of the functionality,
but only libudev may be something that one might not want to depend on.
On the other hand, I wonder whether any Linux distribution runs without it.
I have no personal opinion on enabling scsi driver and it's not a
problem for me if it's built by default, but one could imagine some
users who want to build the smallest hatari binary possible (running on
rasperry pi for example), and in that case even if libudev is found you
might want to not enable the scsi driver part to keep the program as
small as possible.
That's where a global switch in configure / cmake could be handy.