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SubjectRe: support of older compilers


On Fri, 5 Nov 2004, Grzegorz Kulewski wrote:
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> And using ramfs for anything else can easily lead to similar problems. So
> I think we do not need ramfs. Am I wrong? [I understand that removing it
> will not remove much code.]

ramfs is very useful as a minimal filesystem for showing what the VFS
interfaces are, and also (I believe) used in embedded environments, where
it's simply the smallest possible thing, and swap isn't available anyway.

You can just disable it if you don't want it..

Linus
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