HEADS-UP: starting to commit linuxolator (SoC 2006) changes...
peterjeremy at optushome.com.au
Fri Aug 18 08:06:11 UTC 2006
On Thu, 2006-Aug-17 17:56:10 -0500, Astrodog wrote:
>Would it be possible to maintain 2 sets?
In theory, yes. Judging by the comments on the implementation, a
more efficient approach should probably be implemented if the decision
is made to maintain multiple linuxulators.
> Basically, leave the old stuff
>avalible, but require some sysctl or compile-time setting to use it...
This is what the current implementation does.
>no one steps up to maintain it, let it rot. If someone wants to deal with
>it... let 'em!
IMHO, it is cleaner to explicitly delete it once it becomes non-functional.
Having dead code lying around just slows down compilation and misleads
people into thinking that it is functional. If someone wants to resurrect
it at a later date, they can always retrieve it from the Attic.
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