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SubjectRe: RT and XFS
On Thu, Jul 14, 2005 at 08:56:58AM -0700, Daniel Walker wrote:
> This reminds me of Documentation/stable_api_nonsense.txt . That no one
> should really be dependent on a particular kernel API doing a particular
> thing. The kernel is play dough for the kernel hacker (as it should be),
> including kernel semaphores.
>
> So we can change whatever we want, and make no excuses, as long as we
> fix the rest of the kernel to work with our change. That seems pretty
> sensible , because Linux should be an evolution.

Daniel, get a fucking clue. Read some CS 101 literature on what a semaphore
is defined to be. If you want PI singing dancing blinking christmas tree
locking primites call them a mutex, but not a semaphore.

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