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el trace narcotico

el trace narcotico

Posted Jan 28, 2010 19:43 UTC (Thu) by dlang (subscriber, #313)
In reply to: el trace narcotico by bkoz
Parent article: Back to the drawing board for utrace?

the realtime tree is a success because huge portions of it _have_ been merged over the last couple of years. In addition, both sides now consider this process to have improved not only the kernel, but also the realtime support compared to what would have happened if the realtime tree had been accepted as-is when it was started.

this is even allowing for bugfixes over time. They (the realtime people) have explicitly stated that breaking out portions from their tree and submitting them as individual features (and dealing with the demands to justify and clean things up before they are accepted) has significantly improved the realtime tree itself.


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