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SubjectRe: UML has been sent to Linus
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On December 28, 2001 07:35 am, Jeff Dike wrote:
> I put together a patch against 2.5.1 and sent it in.

This is good news. I want to add something here that's a little less lame
than 'me too'...

Besides being an essential development tool I use every day, I believe there
is great potential for UML as a 'perfect jail'. There are interesting
applications we'll start to see when UML is more widely available, such as
simulation of clusters, or 'Linux Bubbles' under Windows.

I think you've done a great job maintaining UML out-of-tree for more than a
year, with very little assistance, and I hope you won't have to shoulder that
extra burden much longer.

--
Daniel
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