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SubjectRe: hashed waitqueues
William Lee Irwin III wrote:
> Regardless, various arches want non-multiplicative hash functions and
> they'll be getting them. These hash functions will certainly prove
> useful in getting a broader base to test against. I don't care to have
> a "pet" hash function, only one that is good as possible.

Take a look at these too. Not much information about how good they are,
but they do provide yet more examples to test, if you're testing.

http://www.physik.tu-muenchen.de/lehrstuehle/T32/matpack/html/LibDoc/Strings/strings.html

http://www.physik.tu-muenchen.de/lehrstuehle/T32/matpack/source/Strings/

-- Jamie
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