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SubjectRe: [PATCH 2 of 4] Introduce i386 fibril scheduling
> If that's what is wanted, then the async_submit() API can detect the
> syncronous completion soon, and drop a result inside the result-queue
> immediately. It means that an immediately following async_wait() will find
> some completions soon. Or:
> struct async_submit {
> void *cookie;
> int sysc_nbr;
> int nargs;
> long args[ASYNC_MAX_ARGS];
> };
> struct async_result {
> void *cookie;
> long result:
> };
> int async_submit(struct async_submit *a, struct async_result *r, int n);
> Where "r" will store the ones that completed syncronously. I mean, there
> are really many ways to do this.

That interface (modifying async_submit to pass in the size of the
result array) would work great.
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