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Debugfs and the making of a stable ABI

Debugfs and the making of a stable ABI

Posted Dec 4, 2008 7:08 UTC (Thu) by ntl (subscriber, #40518)
Parent article: Debugfs and the making of a stable ABI

I'll grant that "one value per file" (sysfs) and "no new process-unrelated files" (proc) are positions strongly held by a vocal minority of kernel developers, but, in practice, they don't appear to be rules that are well-enforced. I feel bad for the submitters of patches such as this one; one gets the impression of a double standard.


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