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SubjectRe: [OT] HURD vs Linux/HURD

Did somebody mention IDE ?

Where?

Andre Hedrick
LAD Storage Consulting Group

On Sat, 19 Jul 2003, Linux Kernel Mailing List wrote:

> >> >> If everyone spent the time replacing bitkeeper instead of beating
> >> up Larry they'd get a lot further.
> >> > Linux isn't the only free operating system in existance, and
> >> although BK seems to suit the requirements of a lot of Linux
> >> developers, that doesn't mean that it meets the requirements of
> >> other free OS
> >> > development teams.
> >> > I strongly suspect that we'll see a free SCM developed after a few
> >> more years of HURD development, for example.
> >> > Doesn't mean we'll switch to it, though, we haven't switched to my
> >> bug database, have we? :-).
> >> > John.
> >>
> >> Given that large chunks of HURD come from Linux, please refer to it as
> >> Linux/HURD.
> >
> > What HURD code comes from Linux? GNU/Mach uses code from Linux, but not
> > HURD as far as I know.
> >
>
> Hi John!
> Go take a look at their networking, and IDE code.
>
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