On Sat, 27 May 2000, Eric S. Raymond wrote:
> Alexander Viro <email@example.com>:
> > You are missing the real Augean stable - output of
> > % find /usr/src/linux -type f|xargs grep -n '#ifdef' /dev/null
> > - that's where the real dung is, problems with configuration complexity
> > are direct results of it...
> Ghods. You're right, that is pretty nasty. The *next* war...
Feel free to join... Another source of fun: take a random file
from inlude/*/, pick a random prototype defined there, grep the tree for
said beast. Estimate the probability of finding the function in question
a) called by somebody
b) defined somewhere
c) (a) && !(b)
Admittedly, P(c) is pretty low, but non-zero. P(!b) is _far_ from zero.
Now, for _real_ fun grep for LINUX_VERSION_CODE. Pay attention to
advansys.c - there are some real pearls (most of their, erm, analogs in
other SCSI drivers had been flushed in October, hell knows how did these
ones crawl back).
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