Dag Brattli wrote:
> I guess I might upset some people, but why not present most files in /proc
> in XML format.
Or, more specifically, a DOM-style tree. This is a binary data
structure which satisfies Albert's very real (but non-Unix traditional)
contention. Conversion to human-readable XML can be done outside the
kernel by a single tool.
/proc/isapnp would benefit from this. And the time to change it is now,
before the creation of tools which are dependent upon the current
But it isn't going to happen.
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