Line Length Limits in the Kernel

Linux Tux

Jun 07, 2019, 14:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Zack Brown)

Periodically, the kernel developers debate something everyone generally takes for granted, such as the length of a line of text. Personally, I like lines of text to reach both sides of my screen—it’s just a question of not wasting space.

Alastair D’Silva recently agreed with me. He felt that monitor sizes and screen resolution had gotten so big in recent years, that the kernel should start allowing more data onto a single line of text. It was simple pragmatism—more visible text means more opportunity to spot the bug in a data dump.

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