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SubjectRe: Yet another design for /proc. Or actually /kernel.
>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...

Linus has been "wrong" before. It will require good code and numbers
backing that codes "goodness" before Linus will begin to listen. Yes,
a new procfs format will break a great deal of userland toys, so the
changes had better be worth it and sufficient to never, EVER require
a complete overhaul in the future.

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

I think Alan is already ignoring the entire discussion.

--Ricky


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