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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Son of Unbork (1 of 3)
Alexander Viro wrote:
>
> On Sat, 23 Feb 2002, Daniel Phillips wrote:
>
>
>>This three patch set completes the removal of ext2-specific includes from
>>fs.h. When this is done, your kernel will compile a little faster, the Ext2
>>source will be organized a little better, and then infamous fs.h super_block
>>union will no longer hurt your eyes. When every filesystem has been changed
>>in a similar way, fs.h will finally be generic, in-memory super_blocks will be
>>somewhat smaller, and the kernel will compile quite a lot faster. And peace
>>will come once more to Middle-Earth. (I made that last part up.)
>>
>>Patch 1 adds alloc_super and destroy_super methods to struct file_system. A
>>
>
> Vetoed.

Poczjemu? Why? It fits the concept of constructor and destructor - I'm
just curious. I suppose some locking issues?

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