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SubjectRe: [patch-2.3.40-pre6] kzalloc() (ala kmem_zalloc() of SVR4)
On 21 Jan 2000, Jes Sorensen wrote:
> Wrong again, it makes the code less readable because kzalloc() is a
> non standard function name. This looks more to me like a patch just
> for the sake of the patch.

kzalloc() may sound a bit funny, correct, but if the standard kmem_alloc()
under Linux sounds like kmalloc() then kmem_zalloc() should sound like
kzalloc(), should it not?

Oh well, I don't care - this was a trivial patch that achieved a trivial
goal at a trivial expense, but we have more important issues to deal
with...

Tigran




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