Dead code: programs/Xserver/iplan2p[248]

Jay Cotton Jay.Cotton at Sun.COM
Mon Oct 4 17:55:01 PDT 2004

Adam Jackson wrote:
> On Monday 04 October 2004 20:09, Roland Mainz wrote:
>>Adam Jackson wrote:
>>>These three directories appear to be completely abandoned.  I can't find
>>>any reference to them in any of the live configs or Imakefiles. 
>>>According to xf86's CVS history they haven't been substantially modified
>>>in eight years. Unless someone speaks on their behalf within, say, two
>>>weeks, these three are getting deleted.
>>What was that code used for ? Amiga ?
> Sun hardware, I assume, given the copyright statements in the source.  But 
> none of the DDXes in the tree call it, ever.

I don't think Sun ever sold an Amiga.  It was a 'really old' desktop
computer that was all the rage for a while.  History is so much fun....

The Sun copyrights are probably from the old X11-mit days.

> programs/Xserver/ilbm appears to be interleaved bit plane support for Amiga 
> hardware, but since I don't see any calls to ilbmCreateScreen anywhere I'm 
> threatening to nuke it as well.
> - ajax
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