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    On Thursday 24 October 2002 19:25, Jim Houston wrote:
    > Hi Rob,
    >
    > The Posix timers entry in your list is confused. I don't know how
    > my patch got the name Google.

    Sorry, misread "George's version" as "Google's version" at 5 am one morning.
    Lot of late nights recently... :)

    > I think Dan Kegel misunderstood George's answer to my previous
    > announcement. George might be picking up some of my changes, but there
    > will still be two patches for Linus to choose from. You included the URL to
    > George's answer which quoted my patch, rather than the URL I sent you.

    Had it in, then took it out. I'm trying to collate down the list wherever I
    can.

    > Here is the URL for an archived copy of my latest patch:
    > Jim Houston's [PATCH] alternate Posix timer patch3
    > http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=linux-kernel&m=103549000027416&w=2

    It's back now.

    > I would be happy to see either version go into 2.5.

    So what exactly is the difference between them?

    > The URLs for George's patches are incomplete. I believe this is the
    > most recent (it's from Oct 18). The Sourceforge.net reference has the
    > user space library and test programs, but I did not see 2.5 kernel
    > patches.
    >
    > [PATCH ] POSIX clocks & timers take 3 (NOT HIGH RES)
    > http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=linux-kernel&m=103489669622397&w=2

    He's up to version 4 now.

    > Thanks
    > Jim Houston - Concurrent Computer Corp.

    Rob

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