Commit a560ad70 authored by Ricardo Ribalda's avatar Ricardo Ribalda Committed by Tom Rini
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doc/README.generic-board: Trivial spell check


Signed-off-by: default avatarRicardo Ribalda Delgado <ricardo.ribalda@gmail.com>
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...@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ fields which are common to all architectures. Architecture-specific fields ...@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ fields which are common to all architectures. Architecture-specific fields
have been moved to separate structures. have been moved to separate structures.
Supported Arcthitectures Supported Architectures
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If you are unlucky then your architecture may not support generic board. If you are unlucky then your architecture may not support generic board.
...@@ -105,12 +105,12 @@ places. ...@@ -105,12 +105,12 @@ places.
initialisation is painful since it must be independently added in 10 initialisation is painful since it must be independently added in 10
places. places.
3. As time goes by the architectures naturely diverge since there is limited 3. As time goes by the architectures naturally diverge since there is limited
pressure to compare features or even CONFIG options against simiilar things pressure to compare features or even CONFIG options against similar things
in other board.c files. in other board.c files.
4. New architectures must implement all the features all over again, and 4. New architectures must implement all the features all over again, and
sometimes in subtley different ways. This places an unfair burden on getting sometimes in subtle different ways. This places an unfair burden on getting
a new architecture fully functional and running with U-Boot. a new architecture fully functional and running with U-Boot.
5. While it is a bit of a tricky change, I believe it is worthwhile and 5. While it is a bit of a tricky change, I believe it is worthwhile and
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