From: Paul Jakma (Paul.Jakma at domain Digital.com)
Date: Mon 09 Aug 1999 - 12:31:42 IST
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Caolan McNamara [mailto:Caolan.McNamara at domain ul.ie]
> Sent: Monday, August 09, 1999 10:37 AM
> On 06-Aug-99 Paul Jakma wrote:
> > i don't think linux would allow
> > that kind of stuff in-kernel.
> Well fair nuff, some digging throws up the showstopper
> problem that I can't
> actually do it the 100% natural way, but have to instead fall
> back to some
> standard (ish) ipc route to communicate between the Server
> and Client
in that case, why not forget D11, and use GGI, which is also backwards
compatible with X11 (i think). kgi is in kernel -> so graphics via system
calls,. Which was the original idea for D11.
> http://www.rampant.org/doors Though the zdjournal article is more positive
> my brief scan at the benchmarks in the linux doors paper.
IIRC Linus doesn't like doors one bit. (don't remember why). So no chance of
it being included in linux.
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