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Linux kernel design patterns - part 3

Linux kernel design patterns - part 3

Posted Jun 23, 2009 10:59 UTC (Tue) by johill (subscriber, #25196)
In reply to: Linux kernel design patterns - part 3 by marcH
Parent article: Linux kernel design patterns - part 3

Right, so I guess we're just talking about different things. I think IP or TCP as implemented in Linux disprove the "midlayer mistake" antipattern, while you're saying that to the network, TCP or IP are more libraries than layers. I don't think there's any agreement or disagreement, unless I'm misunderstanding you (again) you're talking about the network, while I'm talking about the implementation.


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Linux kernel design patterns - part 3

Posted Jun 23, 2009 12:09 UTC (Tue) by marcH (subscriber, #57642) [Link]

I was not thinking about any Linux-specifics at all. That probably explains our misunderstanding to a large extend.


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