Somethings that really should be simple turn out to be very complicated for me :)
Like upgrading my Linux kernel. I never seem to get it right the first time. Here are my basic steps:
I know it can be better than this. But in truth I extract a small amount of enjoyment just by reading all the new options available in the kernel. I guess that is just my geek showing...
But, if at all possible I would love to skip my last step, the repeat stage. Or at least speed up this process. For this I need 2 things:
To these aims I am working on a new project. It is tentatively named "kccmp" for Kernel Config Compare.
Right now it is building using Qt 4 and has the following feature(s):
I would love to integrate this with the Kconfig information stored in the arch directories so I could display the help messages and also provide a search feature.
Let me know if you are interested in seeing this software in the wild and if you have any comments/suggestions.