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SubjectRe: PATCH killing dead code and design errors in pre6

On Wed, 13 Jan 1999, Marcin Dalecki wrote:

> Several YEARS ago it got introduced into the general linux kernel.
> It is providing a mechanism of constructors and destructors for the
> objects allocaed and deallocated. However still after YEARS I found
> actually only one place in the kernel where it was used!

this doesnt mean it should be removed ... later on it can make a
difference, we can call constructors in the idle thread(s). Lets better
keep the interface right, even if it's unused.

-- mingo


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