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    SubjectRe: procfs problems
    On Wed, 30 Apr 1997, Tim Hollebeek wrote:

    > How much more complex is a /bin/proccat that (for example) changes null
    > terminated key:value pairs into text? E.g. the proc files would contain
    > something like:
    >
    > "key1\0val1\0key2\0val2\0..."
    >
    > which would translate to:
    >
    > key1 : val1
    > key2 : val2
    > ...

    What on earth *FOR*??? It's not that much more difficult to parse
    the human readable version anyway. Anyone who can't write the
    code has better things to worry about than kernel hacking anyway :-).

    I think the point of this thread got lost a good few messages
    back...

    Mike

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