Subject: Re: Porting code with switch/case on mount type (was int)
To: Chris G. Demetriou <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David Maxwell <email@example.com>
Date: 05/17/1999 23:08:05
On Mon, May 17, 1999 at 05:48:09PM -0700, Chris G. Demetriou wrote:
> David Maxwell <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Probably not a problem, unless I put in support for all the FS types that
> > aren't in the code yet too.
> Realistically, operations on FS type names shouldn't happen often
> enough that you need to worry about efficiency.
True. I misphrased that. I meant to say 'even if I add support for all
our FS types, only certain programs would suffer.'
> > This is for a native NetBSD m3 compiler.
> Feh, you're going to take away a flame war topic?! How could you?
Easy. And I'll recommend now that we rewrite /etc/rc in m3, and
move to an /etc/rc.d/ model, if that helps? ;-)
Actually. I hope to get a native i386 version working, then start
cross-compiling native compilers for the other archs I have.
I'll let people know when I've got something real to speak of.
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