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    SubjectRe: any chance of 2.6.0-test*?
    On Sun, Jan 12, 2003 at 04:27:30PM -0500, Rob Wilkens wrote:
    > I've only compiled (and haven't tested this code), but it should be much
    > faster than the original code. Why? Because we're eliminating an extra
    > "jump" in several places in the code every time open would be called.
    > Yes, it's more code, so the kernel is a little bigger, but it should be
    > faster at the same time, and memory should be less of an issue nowadays.

    To the tune of "Teen Angst" from Cracker:

    Cause, what the world needs now,
    is another theoretical optimizer
    like I need a hole in my head.

    You'd think I'd be resigned to the l-k tradition of the unbenchmarked
    "optimization" patch, but apparently not yet...

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