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SubjectRe: Can EINTR be handled the way BSD handles it? -- a plea from a user-land programmer...
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george@moberg.com writes:

> Can we _PLEASE_PLEASE_PLEASE_ not do this anymore and have the kernel do
> what BSD does: re-start the interrupted call?

This is crap. Returning EINTR is necessary for many applications.

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