FreeBSD Kernel Internals Documentation
bonomi at mail.r-bonomi.com
Fri Dec 30 21:35:47 UTC 2011
David Jackson <djackson452 at gmail.com> wrte:
> Robert Bonomi <bonomi at mail.r-bonomi.com>wrote:
> > David Jackson <djackson452 at gmail.com> wrte:
> > >
> > >
> > > However, My finding is that due to poor documentation, ...
[ sneck remaineder of ill-informed trolling ]
> > Start with "The Design and Implementation of the BSD 4.4.4 Operating
> > System"
> > by McKusick, eal.
> > Then read "The design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System",
> > by McKusick and Neville-Neal.`
> > *You* are free to contribute 'better documentation' as you review any
> > particular file. Since you feel it is important, you are strongly
> > encouraged to "do something" to actually 'make it better', as opposed
> > to merely sitting on the sidelines and sniping at the work of others.
> > Well, okay, yes, I have heard of these books.
Ah, you've "heard" of them. And, you obviously haven't bothered to read
Do you know _who_ McKusick is? Or Bostic? Or the other authors of the first
book I referenced? Do you have any idea why it might be a good idea to start
with what they've written?
Do you know that manpages exist for a lot of kernel-mode functions?
Do you understand that with all that *external* documentation, there is
little need to replicate it inside the source files?
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