Progress on memory management refactoring

So, I have begun to the memory management code refactoring which I talked about in process abstraction part 5, and it seems to be getting somewhere as I am done with PhyMemManager’s new incarnation. Only thing “missing” as compared to the spec is member functions that do nothing right now, I will add them once I am done with implementation of the process manager.

Now I start to understand people who advocate to fix code instead of rewriting it whenever possible. Dealing with code that has been left to rot for too long is sure messy and painful, but also fast enough, and it gives you that special feeling of achievement which you will never get out of a clean codebase that just re-does something that has been implemented before.


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