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SubjectRe: optimalisation for strlcpy (lib/string.c)
> > Like the other patch (by that other person), I think it is faster to not
> > do a strlen first.
> Debatable. You've replaced a call to the highly-optimized memcpy function
> with a byte-by-byte copy. It's probably a wash performance wise (have you
> benchmarked?) and is certainly less clear.

I tested it outside the kernel.
The test source can be found here:
http://www.vanheusden.com/misc/kernel-strlcpy-opt-test.c


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