On 3/24/07, Waldemar Kornewald <wkornewald@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Not to raise expectations too much, but now I'm really wondering what kind of magic scheduler you're planning to create for us. ;) Bye, Waldemar Kornewald
/The statements contained in my previous email may contain "forward-looking statements". Actual events or results may differ materially as a result of risks facing myself or actual results differing from the assumptions underlying such statements. Such risks and assumptions include, but are not limited to, risks related to competition and market acceptance of any such scheduler, ability to establish and maintain strategic relationships, availability of third party applications that operate on Haiku, and ability to increase user base and market awareness for Haiku. All forward-looking statements are hereby expressly qualified in their entirety by the moniker of "wishful thinking for R2+ timeframe"./ That said... Variable quanta and some flagging between I/O threads and the scheduler are not exactly rocket science. ;) I'm only thinking of where the infamous hockey pucket will be by the time R2+ is out.