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SubjectRe: gigabit ethernet small-packet performance
On Sun, Nov 05, 2000 at 01:45:18PM -0500, Gregory Maxwell wrote:

> Hmm.. Kernel code written in C++..
> You people are nuts. :)

Nobody benefits from having such a closed mind. While I don't wish to imply
that C++ is 'ready' for general use in the kernel, there is a useful subset
of C++ that might one day be.

See for example http://www.caravan.net/ec2plus/

Oh, and please let us not launch another huge discussion about this subject.
I just want to state that having a closed mind is not going to help us.

Regards,

bert hubert

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