[PATCH] ppc32: removed usage of <asm/segment.h>
miklos at szeredi.hu
Wed Aug 17 18:56:24 EST 2005
> On Wed, Aug 17, 2005 at 12:43:37AM -0500, Kumar Gala wrote:
> > >I concur, in fact we should really kill that thing off entirely.
> > I'm all for killing it off entirely but got some feedback that on
> > i386 segment.h can be included by userspace programs.
> No kernel headers can be included by userland anymore.
I know nothing about <asm/segment.h> but this generic statement is
simply not true.
There are perfectly valid uses of kernel headers from userspace. For
example if a program uses the netlink interface, it should include
<linux/netlink.h>. It's the interface definition after all.
Glibc headers also include <linux/*> and <asm/*> in quite few places.
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