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Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH v2 05/21] xl: introduce a firmware option

Roger Pau Monne writes ("[PATCH v2 05/21] xl: introduce a firmware option"):
> The new firmware option aims to provide a coherent way to set the
> firmware for the different kind of guests Xen supports.
> +=head3 Non direct Kernel Boot
> +
> +Non direct kernel boot allows booting guests with a firmware. This can be \
> +by all types of guests, although the selection of options is different
> +depending on the guest type.
> +
> +This option provides the flexibly of letting the guest decide which kernel\
> +want to boot, while preventing having to poke at the guest file system for\
m the

Line length.  Observe the (simulated) wrap damage.

You should to consider using semantic linefeeds (semantic newlines).
That is, break the lines in the .pod file at sentence or phrase

I see the code has line length problems too (it wraps when I look at
it in my MUA and even more so when I try to quote it when replying).

After we've chatted about the idl compiler changes, can you fix the
long lines everywhere and resend ?


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