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SubjectRe: single linked list header in kernel?
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Hi, Chris Friesen wrote:

> There are various places where there are open-coded single-linked list
> implementations. This would just unify them to a single implementation. On a
> previous occasion, someone estimated 42 instances where slist_for_each() could
> be used in net/core alone.
>
So, if that bothers you, you should write a generic SLL, and convert a
couple of existing singly-linked lists to it as a proof-of-concept.

I dunno, though -- open-coding a singly-linked list isn't that much of a
problem; compared to a doubly-linked one, there's simply fewer things that
can go horribly wrong. :-/

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Matthias Urlichs | {M:U} IT Design @ m-u-it.de | smurf@smurf.noris.de

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