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    SubjectRe: Kernel developers wrote:
    > Petko Manolov wrote:
    > > Looks good for code browsing. There is something similar at:
    > >
    > >
    > BTW, it would be a quite worthwhile project for somebody with a bit
    > of spare time at their hands to write such a browser that:
    > - is fast
    > - knows about types and how to follow function pointers
    > (e.g. that can trace foo->send() to the right set of "send"s)
    > - allows navigation in views (e.g. "show all callers of xyzzy",
    > then walk over the list of callers to pick the right one)
    > - has some concept of additional attributes, e.g. "may sleep",
    > "grabs a lock", etc.
    > - can look inside macros

    This looks as a lot of work ;-)

    > The navigation should be a bit like with mutt, when you go by arrival
    > (o u) to check recent stuff, then jump to threads (o t), and finally
    > end up checking if the author of a particular message has said more
    > interesting things in the past (o f).
    > - Werner (no, I don't have the time ;-)

    Me too ;-))

    Now i'm rewriting my driver fitting to new network code changes
    (since 2.3.43). And it locks _hard_ just like when i start the


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