However, I am claiming that KDE is not "innovative". Sure, it is fine and good. But not many OS wants it, nor has ported it. KDE is not a crucial piece of tech that is unique and new, compared to everything else. DTrace is, as is ZFS.
[/quote] It's obvious DTrace copied from Linux, because Linux tools existed before DTrace which is just a copycat from other tools. The same about CDE which is a copycat from another DE. You see, slowlaris devs just copy from others, add bloat and release. That's how things work in slowlaris camp.[/quote]
Maybe you didnt know, but Solaris is older than Linux. It is more probable that Solaris had tracing instruments long before Linux, how else could Solaris be developed?
If DTrace is a copy from Linux tools, can you prove it? Where are your links? If you can not prove it, then people might take this as propaganda from you? Dont you agree that you should post links? I mean, there is nothing wrong posting propaganda or your own wishes, but then you should be clear it is propaganda, and not present it as facts. Right?
Well, here the Systemtap team says they copy from DTrace:Regarding DTrace it copied from other tools and slowlaris devs called it DTrace.
The Systemtap team talked lots of DTrace in early meetings and how it functions and the architecture, and then suddenly, all mentions of DTrace were deleted. Just look at my link and see yourself. This proves that Systemtap team studied DTrace to copy functionality. Now, can you prove that DTrace team copied from Linux?