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SubjectRe: Yet another design for /proc. Or actually /kernel.
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> >>Here's my go at a new design for /proc. I designed it from a userland
> >>point of view and tried not to drown myself into details.
> >
> >Did you have to change the subject line. It makes it harder to kill >file
> >when people keep doing that
>
> You really consider this discussion to be unimportant? Granted, the lack of
> organization in /proc is not a bug, but keeping the kernel organized is part
> of maintenence. Like cleaning my room-- it's not a showstopper if it is
> messy, but it is nicer and easier to work in when neat.
>
> Will Knop
> w_knop@hotmail.com

Hi,

the discussion is irrelevant. Despite what everybody thinks, Linus thinks
/proc must be not binary, so it will stay that way for those of us who run
Linus kernels...

I can inmagine people like Alan ignoring this discussion after such a
statement, the outcome of the discussion is irrelevant for the kernel
development.


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