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SubjectRe: [patch 00/11] ANNOUNCE: "Syslets", generic asynchronous system call support
Hi!

> The boring details:
>
> Syslets consist of 'syslet atoms', where each atom represents a single
> system-call. These atoms can be chained to each other: serially, in
> branches or in loops. The return value of an executed atom is checked
> against the condition flags. So an atom can specify 'exit on nonzero' or
> 'loop until non-negative' kind of constructs.

Ouch, yet another interpretter in kernel :-(. Can we reuse acpi or
something?

Pavel
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