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SubjectRe: A signal fairy tale
At 07:57 PM 6/27/2001 -0700, Daniel R. Kegel wrote:
>From: Christopher Smith <x@xman.org>
> >I guess the main thing I'm thinking is this could require some significant
> >changes to the way the kernel behaves. Still, it's worth taking a "try it
> >and see approach". If anyone else thinks this is a good idea I may hack
> >together a sample patch and give it a whirl.
>
>What's the biggest change you see? From my (two-martini-lunch-tainted)
>viewpoint, it's just another kind of signal masking, sorta...

Yeah, the more I think about it, the more I think this is just another
branch in the signal delivery code. Not necessarily too huge a change. I'll
hack on this over the weekend I think.

--Chris

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