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    SubjectRe: GNU/Linux stance by Richard Stallman
    On Sat, Mar 27, 1999 at 07:27:02PM -0600, Oliver Xymoron wrote:

    > The obvious fix is to roll a bunch of these tiny programs into one
    > and differentiate using argv[0]. Fewer pages in core, fewer blocks
    > on disk, and better script performance. The natural extension of
    > this idea is to link all of /bin into one monolithic demand-loaded
    > executable. Woohoo. Tomsrtbt is most of the way there.

    Indeed... thats a very clean idea. I like that one.

    > But we should all be ashamed for extending such a tangent on the
    > list anyway..

    I'm surprised someone hasn't argues to hack the kernel to provide
    certain bultins (shudder)...



    -cw

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