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SubjectRe: Calling current() from interrupt context
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Hello!

> > And what the hell does TCP need current for anyway?
>
> For a very hackish user context TCP implementation that probably should
> be cleaned up (but it is code freeze etc.etc.blabla.)

TCP does not _use_ value of current in softirq, certainly.
But it really refers to current, just because to use it before
context check is the most expedient way.

I see no problem to move it, if it is really a problem.

Alexey
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