Subject: Dead and Poor code in the kernel.
To: None <amiga-dev@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Timothy Newsham <email@example.com>
Date: 01/03/1995 21:12:07
I was doing some reading and came across a few things in
printf("%s at %s", (char *)auxp, pnp);
Doesn't seem to be called from anywhere.
char *fp, *sp;
len = strlen(fp);
if (strlen(sp) != len)
if (bcmp(fp, sp, len) == 0)
Seems to be nothing more than a strcmp() returning true or false.
Am I wrong? Why was this implemented like this?
It looks like some cleanup is in order.