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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] Withdrawl of Open Source NDS Project/NTFS/M2FS for Linux
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In message <39B17797.70EA7227@timpanogas.com>, "Jeff V. Merkey" 
writes:
cc: linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org
>
> Jes Sorensen wrote:
> >
>
> > Yeah I bet NT also has a wonderful graphical click click wush wush
> > environment for it that allows you to spend all your time `improving'
> > your rsi instead of getting real work done. Have you ever looked at NT
> > device driver code? I have, it's not pretty at all so I can understand
> > why you need all these tools.
>
>
> The kernel debugger in NT is text based and runs remotely only. It's
> very powerful and has facilties built in for debugging nested page
> faults and structured exceptions, SMP deadlocks, conditional
> breakpoints, and tons of other stuff not in Linux. Since Linux doesn't
> even support structured exception handling, it's not even a fair
> comparison between the two.

If NTs debugger is so good then why is NT so buggy? Microsoft
doesn't know how to use it?

Bob

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