Cleanup #306

Get rid of CBFS master header

Added by Patrick Georgi 6 months ago.

Status:NewStart date:04/28/2021
Priority:Normal% Done:

0%

Assignee:-
Category:-
Target version:-

Description

The CBFS master header has been used for some basic partitioning of the flash before we established the use of FMAP. Now that FMAP is the default mechanism across the tree, we should get rid of the master header.

This is a tracking issue to collect what needs to be done before we can retire the master header for good.


Subtasks

Feature #307: Support FMAP in SeaBIOSNew

Cleanup #308: Deal with walkcbfs_asmNew

Also available in: Atom PDF