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Re: libiberty/pex-unix vfork abuse?

2007/12/7, Joe Buck <> wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 07, 2007 at 05:41:50PM -0000, Dave Korn wrote:
> > On 07 December 2007 17:24, J.C. Pizarro wrote:
> >
> > > You can do a critical section mainly between processes
> >
> >   Thanks for your well-meaning attempt to help, but you don't understand what
> > we're talking about, and sending a generic list of synchronisation techniques
> > without regard to their relevance or applicability in this situation doesn't
> > actually tell either me or Ian anything we didn't already know nor advance the
> > discussion any.
> And this is hardly an isolated case.  J.C., please stop responding to
> every issue with a grab-bag of buzzwords and generic solutions.  As
> Dave says, you aren't telling people anything they didn't know.
> If you actually experiment with a specific idea and have data, by all
> means submit that.  But random suggestions based on something you read in
> school are useless, and many developers on this list already took those
> classes and read those papers.

> But random suggestions based on something you read in school are useless

You're wrong. My suggestions are not based from school and are not useless.
My suggestions are based from university, books, papers and internet, and
i did put those by a same reason, my freedom.

Do you permit me a question for you?

   "Are important the suggestions?"


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