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SubjectRe: kallsyms 2.6.8 address ordering
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jmerkey@comcast.net said:
> Horst von Brand <vonbrand@inf.utfsm.cl> said:
> > This is probably just working to get the most out of the kernel, and the
> > constraint of "making kernel debuggers easy to write" just isn't in the
> > requirements. The kernel hackers (rightly so, IMVHO) reserve the right to
> > change interfases at the drop of a hat. If third parties get burned, just
> > too bad.

> Makes a lot of unnecessary work for others to keep up.

Tough luck.

> Some of the
> interfaces being changed are broken as a result.

If it isn't an official interface, there is nothing to complain about...

> It's not progress to
> break something that shouldn't need changing.

Who are you to say they don't need changing?

> Just IMHO....

Just mine.
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