On Fri, 8 Dec 2006, Greg KH wrote:
> Here are some patches that move the HID code to a new directory allowing
> it to be used by other kernel subsystems easier.
I pulled. However, I think the Kconfig changes are HORRIBLE.
I don't understand why people don't use "select" more. Why should Kconfig
ask for "Generic HID support?" That question _never_ makes sense to a
user. And if you answer "n", you'll not get USB_HID.
This is not user-friendly. If you need HID support, just select it. Don't
ask people questions that make no sense. If the generic HID code is needed
for some driver, you just select it. If it's not needed, you don't. It's
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