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Subject[PATCH] timer.h obsolete comments

Hi Linus,

Are the old static timers gone completely?
Some comments are either obsolete or out of place.

Pavel Rabel

--- include/linux/timer.h.old Tue Dec 12 22:07:35 2000
+++ include/linux/timer.h Tue Dec 12 22:09:28 2000
@@ -5,13 +5,9 @@
#include <linux/list.h>

/*
- * This is completely separate from the above, and is the
+ * Old-style "hardcoded" timers are gone, this is the
* "new and improved" way of handling timers more dynamically.
* Hopefully efficient and general enough for most things.
- *
- * The "hardcoded" timers above are still useful for well-
- * defined problems, but the timer-list is probably better
- * when you need multiple outstanding timers or similar.
*
* The "data" field is in case you want to use the same
* timeout function for several timeouts. You can use this
-
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