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SubjectRe: [patch 1/13] Qsort
> How about a shell sort?  if the data is mostly sorted shell sort beats 
> qsort lots of times, and since the data sets are often small in-kernel,
> shell sorts O(n^2) behaviour won't harm it too much, shell sort is also
> faster if the data is already completely sorted. Shell sort is certainly
> not the simplest algorithm around, but I think (without having done any
> tests) that it would probably do pretty well for in-kernel use... Then
> again, I've known to be wrong :)

I like shell sort for small data sets too. And I agree it would be
appropiate for the kernel.

-Andi
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