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SubjectRe: [PATCH][plugsched 0/28] Pluggable cpu scheduler framework
Hi!

> This code was designed to touch the least number of files, be completely
> arch-independant, and allow extra schedulers to be coded in by only
> touching Kconfig, scheduler.c and scheduler.h. It should incur no
> overhead when run and will allow you to compile in only the scheduler(s)
> you desire. This allows, for example, embedded hardware to have a tiny
> new scheduler that takes up minimal code space.

You are changing

some_functions()

into

something->function()

no? I do not think that is 0 overhead...
Pavel

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