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SubjectRe: [patch-2.3.40-pre6] kzalloc() (ala kmem_zalloc() of SVR4)
On Sat, Jan 22, 2000 at 02:46:37AM +0000, Alan Cox 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.
> Since when has "kmalloc" been a standard name anyway ?

Why do we have printk anyway? It serves the same purpose as printf and
is even tagged as `taking arguments like printf' for gcc's type-checking
benefit. It makes it harder to take large chunks of code and move it
to userspace for testing (ok, i can #define printk printf, but still).
Just Hysterical Raisins?

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