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Subject[PATCH v2 3/3] kconfig: fix nesting of symbol help text
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When we generate the help text of a symbol (e.g. when a user presses '?'
in menuconfig), we do two things:

1. We iterate through every prompt that belongs to that symbol,
printing its text and its location in the menu tree.
2. We print symbol-wide information that's not linked to a particular
prompt, such as what it selects/is selected by and what it
implies/is implied by.

Each prompt we print for 1 starts with a line that's not indented
indicating where the prompt is defined, then continues with indented
lines that describe properties of that particular definition.

Once we get to 2, however, we print all the global data indented as
well! Visually, this makes it look like the symbol-wide data is
associated with the last prompt we happened to print rather than
the symbol as a whole.

Fix this by removing the indentation for symbol-wide information.

Before:

Symbol: CPU_FREQ [=n]
Type : bool
Defined at drivers/cpufreq/Kconfig:4
Prompt: CPU Frequency scaling
Location:
-> CPU Power Management
-> CPU Frequency scaling
Selects: SRCU [=n]
Selected by [n]:
- ARCH_SA1100 [=n] && <choice>

After:

Symbol: CPU_FREQ [=n]
Type : bool
Defined at drivers/cpufreq/Kconfig:4
Prompt: CPU Frequency scaling
Location:
-> CPU Power Management
-> CPU Frequency scaling
Selects: SRCU [=n]
Selected by [n]:
- ARCH_SA1100 [=n] && <choice>

Signed-off-by: Thomas Hebb <tommyhebb@gmail.com>
---

Changes in v2: None

scripts/kconfig/menu.c | 16 ++++++++--------
1 file changed, 8 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)

diff --git a/scripts/kconfig/menu.c b/scripts/kconfig/menu.c
index dcf7f32f0bba..ef36d1cf2a76 100644
--- a/scripts/kconfig/menu.c
+++ b/scripts/kconfig/menu.c
@@ -838,18 +838,18 @@ static void get_symbol_str(struct gstr *r, struct symbol *sym,
}
}

- get_symbol_props_str(r, sym, P_SELECT, " Selects: ");
+ get_symbol_props_str(r, sym, P_SELECT, "Selects: ");
if (sym->rev_dep.expr) {
- expr_gstr_print_revdep(sym->rev_dep.expr, r, yes, " Selected by [y]:\n");
- expr_gstr_print_revdep(sym->rev_dep.expr, r, mod, " Selected by [m]:\n");
- expr_gstr_print_revdep(sym->rev_dep.expr, r, no, " Selected by [n]:\n");
+ expr_gstr_print_revdep(sym->rev_dep.expr, r, yes, "Selected by [y]:\n");
+ expr_gstr_print_revdep(sym->rev_dep.expr, r, mod, "Selected by [m]:\n");
+ expr_gstr_print_revdep(sym->rev_dep.expr, r, no, "Selected by [n]:\n");
}

- get_symbol_props_str(r, sym, P_IMPLY, " Implies: ");
+ get_symbol_props_str(r, sym, P_IMPLY, "Implies: ");
if (sym->implied.expr) {
- expr_gstr_print_revdep(sym->implied.expr, r, yes, " Implied by [y]:\n");
- expr_gstr_print_revdep(sym->implied.expr, r, mod, " Implied by [m]:\n");
- expr_gstr_print_revdep(sym->implied.expr, r, no, " Implied by [n]:\n");
+ expr_gstr_print_revdep(sym->implied.expr, r, yes, "Implied by [y]:\n");
+ expr_gstr_print_revdep(sym->implied.expr, r, mod, "Implied by [m]:\n");
+ expr_gstr_print_revdep(sym->implied.expr, r, no, "Implied by [n]:\n");
}

str_append(r, "\n\n");
--
2.24.1
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