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SubjectRe: Jive -> Kernel (International Linux)
On Fri, 17 Jan 1997, Adam D. Bradley wrote:

> Ack! Worst problem:
> (1) Strings have to be _recognized_ and then substituted. Have to do a
> bunch of strstr()'s over a massive string table. Alternately, you could

Tough. You want international language support, you pay the price in

> module is loaded; there's no allowance for "quick+dirty" dumps, eg OOPS
> data which we don't have/want to think about translating/formatting.

Oops data is not performance critical. IMHO, no printk()s are -- if
they're happening so often that you need to worry about the time to
translate, then you almost certainly have some other problem.


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