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SubjectRe: PATCH: /proc/cflags
On Fri, 3 May 1996, Joe Fouche wrote:

> Bryn Paul Arnold Jones wrote:
> > >
> > Hmm, After seeing this, I think I'll write a /proc/kitchen_sink, or
> > /proc/rubbish/kitchen_sink. Wha'dya think ?
>
> (dons his flame-retardant suit)
>

(Yep, Mee too, just saw I forgot the ;)'s in my last post)

> The /proc entry might indeed be fluff, but there is certainly an
> argument for having CFLAGS defined as part of the kernel's data. To
> wit, it's currently impossible to tell what CFLAGS were used on
> a kernel image.
>
> Then at least someone doing debugging can print it out.
>
> <comments/flames welcome>
>

Yep, I can see the use, I just forgot the ;)'s, oh well ....

> > Bryn
> > --
> > PGP key pass phrase forgotten, \ Overload -- core meltdown sequence
> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>
> Do /proc/pgppassphrase ;)
>
Yep, that would help ;) (better than the Post-it on the monitor).
Bryn
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