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SubjectRe: Machine friendly format for /proc files

> Hrm. that wasn't very clear. :) I just think that if you provided
>ioctl's and left the text support in there, no question about it, I'd stick
>with the text in my applications unless a *useful* procps lib were made that
>would use the ioctl's. In which case, switching would be easy as pie.

My vote would be to have ioctls with a procps library library to get
at the necessary info. As you say, it would have to be done well and
be useful.


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