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SubjectRe: [RFC] [PATCH] C exceptions in kernel


On Sat, 23 Feb 2002, bert hubert wrote:

> Potentially this is very cool but I'm again appalled at the INSTANT
> rejection seen here by kernel hackers, minor and major. Do NOT reject an
> idea before you've thought it through.

Quite a few of us _had_ thought it through.

> Do NOT reject an idea simply because
> it is new.

There was a new idea in this proposal? Where?

You know, there's a reason why most of letal mutations are recessive.
Namely, it's not the first time when they happen and mechanisms making
them recessive had been selected for.

Same story here. It's _not_ the first time this topic had been discussed
on l-k. It might be new for you, but it sure as hell _not_ new for quite
a few people here.

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