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Re: HEADS UP: I will be merging christos-time_t by the end of the week

> On Linux, the compiler seems to directly generate the syscall entry
> sequence for many system calls.  Presumably this is some sort of
> 'calling convention' defined in the .h file.
> (ie the argumets and system call number are put into appropriate registers
> and the trap (or whatever) used to enter the kernel.)

Hmm, which system calls, for example?
The system calls I noticed (file system related) are not generated
by the compiler, their entry points exist in glibc.

Your case makes same problem (the calls cannot be overridden by hooks),

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