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SubjectRe: [RFC] [PATCH] C exceptions in kernel
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Pete Zaitcev <zaitcev@redhat.com> writes:

> Personally, I have no problem handling current practices.
> But I may see the point of the guy with the try/catch patch.
> Do not make me to defend him though. I am trying to learn
> is those exceptions are actually helpful. BTW, we all know
> where they come from (all of Cutler's NT is written that way),
> but let it not cloud our judgement.

The problem here is that when using exceptions, you stop thinking
about what is going on underneath at the low level which is really not
what one wants in the kernel.

After all, C is just and advanced assembly interface, which is exactly
why it's such a great language ;-)

Jes
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