I want a solution that works for vanilla commercial OSes as
well. Glibc doesn't help me. No, I don't want people to have to
install glibc just to speed up their HTTP server.
> However, there's no reason you couldn't take the same code and
> put another face on it.
Yeah, it's the face that is easy to include in an application.
> [Which implies, to me, that glibc implementation can happen
> first, second or whenever.]
Really, glibc is not the solution.
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