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SubjectRe: Merging relayfs?
Hi,

On Mon, 18 Jul 2005, Karim Yaghmour wrote:

> I guess I just don't get the point here. Why cut something away if many
> users will need it. If it's that popular that you're ready to provide a
> library function to do it, then why not just leave it to boot? One of the
> goals of relayfs is to avoid code duplication with regards to buffering
> in general.

The road to bloatness is paved with lots of little features.
There aren't that many users anyway (none of the examples use that
feature). I'd prefer to concentrate on a simple and correct relayfs layer
and we can still think about other features as more users appear.
Starting a design by implementing every little feature which _might_ be
needed is a really bad idea.

bye, Roman
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