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SubjectRe: [RFC] Wine speedup through kernel module
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In article <19478.969285168@warthog.nexor.co.uk> you wrote:
> (1) An in-kernel resident lump, providing very basic services:

> * file-change notification
this is interesting for other stuff too, i think irix has an interface for
that, i think its an ioctl?

> * unicode string handling/conversion (steal/share from NTFS)
are you sure this needs to be done in the kernel? if you wat to steal the
sourcecode of the ntfs driver do it, but why would u wat to share object
code for that?

> * simple RPC mechanism for building certain services in userspace
what is that? message passing? in kernel space?

> (2) A partial basic Win32 implementation (modulable):

> * basic Win32 syscalls, eg: CreateMutexA/W
> * _no_ GDI calls

actuelly kCGI is there?

Greetings
Bernd
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