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Re: Porting Mirage to FreeBSD

welcome gabor!

On 6 Jul 2012, at 11:51, Anil Madhavapeddy wrote:

[snip cool stuff]

> 2) Second stage will be to add Io_page bindings. These are OCaml
> byte-buffers that are reference counted and guaranteed to be page-aligned
> (or rather, suitable for I/O transmission).  They should be a very close
> match to the mbuf API, and permit zero-copy manipulation of pages within
> the kernel.

naive question, not being very familiar with either netmap or bad - how much 
more after this would getting netmap integration entail?

(noting that the latest news item on the netmap home page is "20120608 new 
source code for Linux and FreeBSD including support for the VALE Virtual Local 



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