> Hi there, > > as you may know, B_SYSTEM_TEAM is 2 in BeOS. This should refer to the > kernel, but BeOS is not consistent in that regard; some resources are > put into team 1, some into team 2. I find that situation rather ugly. > > The Haiku kernel right now ignores team 2 - it's reserved. That's not > a > big problem, but has some visual consequences for apps like > ProcessController which doesn't correctly identify the kernel > anymore. > > Instead of redirecting some (thread/team calls) to team 2 to team 1, > I'd like to redefine B_SYSTEM_TEAM to team 1, since that's the > cleanest > solution. Since ProcessController is now in our repository, it can > then > correctly identify the kernel. Of course, other (closed source) > system > info tools might not work 100% correctly (like now). > > Is anyone against that change? > Dunno, In R5 AFAIK some stuff are spread to 1 and 2, for example the loader cache areas vs other allocations from the kernel. It's true it doesn't look very consistent. OTH I'd really like to know the history and rationale for having defined it to 2 in the first place. François.