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SubjectRe: ANNOUNCE: User-space System Device Enumeration (uSDE)
On 2003-10-27T16:09:26,
Mark Bellon <mbellon@mvista.com> said:

> The uSDE was built in response to a set of telco and embedded community
> requirements. We found it difficult to express our ideas. Everyone
> wanted to see code and documentation. Here is the code and the initial
> documentation. This is a starting point...

That makes perfect sense. If it helped to articulate and understand your
ideas and concerns, this is certainly an important starting point.

> >If not, are you planning on merging your efforts with udev in the future?
> It is to everyone's advantage to converge on an implementation of
> enumeration that meets all of the requirements.

Great! However, I suggest that you should explore this idea yourself.
Only you can eventually articulate the requirements and solutions in
your code; you cannot expect others to go look at it and guess them.


Sincerely,
Lars Marowsky-Brée <lmb@suse.de>

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