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Re: Using conditionals in embedded config?

From: Andrei Borzenkov
Subject: Re: Using conditionals in embedded config?
Date: Sat, 6 Feb 2016 16:59:14 +0300
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06.02.2016 15:28, Shea Levy пишет:
> I see. This seems to severely limit the possible use cases of embedded
> configs; it also contradicts the example in the manual [1]. Is there

Yes, someone already complained about manual. Patches are welcome.

> really no way to branch in embedded configs? Would it be possible to
> enable branching by including some optional module in the core img?

Why do you need to do it in the first place? What is your use case?

> ~Shea
> [1]
> On 2016-02-06 00:42, Andrei Borzenkov wrote:
>> 06.02.2016 06:24, Shea Levy пишет:
>>> Hi all,
>>> How can I use if statements in an embedded config? When I try, I get
>> You can't. embedded config is processed early using rescue mode parser
>> which is very simple. Embedded config exists to locate device where grub
>> is installed in case this information is not available from firmware.
>> Everything else cam be done using grub.cfg in this location.
>>> "unknown command "if"", "unknown command "fi"", etc. I'm including
>>> normal, part_gpt, android_bootimg, android_bcb, linux, test, and
>>> biosdisk in the core.img (the android_* modules are local modifications,
>>> see the grub-devel list for their details but they shouldn't matter).
>>> Thanks,
>>> Shea
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