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SubjectRe: Rewrite Kernel
Richard B. Johnson wrote:
> On Wed, 7 Apr 2004, Sean Neakums wrote:
>
>
>>"Mohamed Aslan" <mkernel@linuxmail.org> writes:
>>
>>
>>>i wanna to rewrite a version of linux kernel from scratch in assembly for intel 386+ fo speed and a libc also in assembly for speed
>>>what do u think guys
>>
>>Why not just write a program to translate 'C' code into assembly?
>>
>
>
> It's called a compiler and we already have several versions, none
> optimum.
>

Compilers probably will never be optimum. One has to choose
either to live with that or start "rewriting the kernel from
scratch for intel 386+" and so forth.

We all know what is appropriate on this list, so can the
interested parties - not me - please take this thread off
this list?

(directed at nobody in particular)

Thanks
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