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duwe@caldera.de (Torsten Duwe) writes:
> Chris Evans <chris@scary.beasts.org> writes:
> > What's wrong with isalnum() ?
>
> Hm, must admit that I wasn't 100% sure if that's in the kernel lib or an evil
> gcc expands it inline to some static array lookup. Now I see that it's
> already in the kernel. Do some of you also sometimes wonder why the kernel is
> so big ;-) ?

Someone could make it a bit smaller by patching fs/jffs/interp.c and
arch/ppc/xmon/xmon.c to use the kernel lib, rather than their own
versions.

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