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From wbrana <> Microsoft will drop support for x86-32 in Windows 9. Linux could do same.
> So you want the Linux kernel people to drop support for some > architecture in the hope others follow (because you will consequently > send mails there with "the Linux kernel dropped the support, you should > too" hoping that some other software will be developed > "faster" (whatever that means to you)? exactly
> *If* you really miss something in some other parts (compilers, > virtualization, ...) or they developing to slow *for you*, help them and > send patches there but do not try to lure others into fighting your > cause. I don't have knowledge about compilers and virtualization. I work on general GUI applications (Java and C++) and web pages.
> Are u wasting your time on trolling? I'm discussing my proposal.
> Dropping one of the most used architectures for no apparent reason makes no > sense at all. x86-32 won't be one of the most used architectures in 2017.
Dear "wbrana", On Thu, Aug 23, 2012 at 9:17 PM, wbrana <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > I'm user space developer. User space software also needs more time if > more ABIs are supported. I feel your pain. As much as I appreciate your contribution here on LKML, I can't help thinking that this discussion would be best continued on the "linux-visionaries" mailing list.