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SubjectRe: Alan Cox quote? (was: Re: accounting for threads)
We'll yes it's true you can program everything
like a state machine if the correct OS interfaces are
there. I don't think they are though ATM. Also
some things are more elegantly implemented using
threads, whereas others are better as state machines.

Padraig.

David S. Miller wrote:

>Dan Kegel writes:
> > Alan, did you really say that, or are people taking your name in vain?
>
>He did say it, and I for one agree with him. :-)
>
>Later,
>David S. Miller
>davem@redhat.com
>


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