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SubjectRe: Linux kernel modules development in C++
** Reply to message from Igmar Palsenberg <maillist@chello.nl> on Thu, 28 Sep
2000 12:29:06 +0200 (CEST)


> No. I'm agains using subsets of languages. Use it all, or don't use it.

I don't agree with you. After all, what you're saying is to use the features
of a language even if it's not a good idea. What if I don't like templates?
Or exception handlers? Heck, what if I don't like using // as a comment
delimiter? Does that make me a bad C++ programmer? In some cases, even though
the "textbook" says to use a template, the result could be such horrid code
that you spend more time debugging it than writing it.

> The last thing we want here is a 'Well, I used an exception handler, and
> it ate my primary disk. How come ??' -> 'Well, the docs say you can't use
> exception handlers in kernel space'.

I don't think there's anything wrong with that.


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