Device-tree compiler

PowerPC kernels are moving towards requiring a small Open Firmware-style device tree as the only means of passing information from bootloaders/firmware to the kernel. This does not require a full Open Firmware implementation. DTC (Device Tree Compiler) is a tool to create a static device tree, which is adequate for most embedded systems (since their topology will not vary across reboots). DTC is available via a git tree: git://ozlabs.org/srv/projects/dtc/dtc.git

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