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From "Bill Stoddard" <stodd...@raleigh.ibm.com>
Subject Re: OS/390 specific directory in 2.0
Date Wed, 22 Mar 2000 22:25:27 GMT
> > Last time i checked, these were all Windows issues, and Windows has it's
> > own MPM.  Shouldn't all of these things go with the Windows MPM?
> >
> In my thinking, an MPM controls the creation and destruction of threads of
> execution (execution contexts) and maps network requests to those
execution
> contexts. That is all an MPM should do IMO. Okay, maybe a few other
things,
> but this is the big one.  So sure, we could put all the Win32 os/src code
> there, but it makes less sense to me than leaving it where it is. I'd
rather
> not clutter up the MPM  (witch is already confusing enough) with unrelated
> code.
>
> As always, I am open to a better way of doing things. I crave simplicity.

But I completely agree with you in spirit. It is a too easy to make src/os/*
a dumping ground. I've been trying to clean out the win32 directory but
there are still things there that shouldn;t be.

Bill (who is in stream-conscienceness-mode today) S.


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