[PATCH] ppc32: removed usage of <asm/segment.h>
miklos at szeredi.hu
Wed Aug 17 20:07:23 EST 2005
> > They are provided by _one_ kernel, not necessarily the running kernel.
> No, they're provided by packages like glibc-kernheaders or similar
> that are maintained separately.
Yes. And "maintenance" I presume means "copy" the kernel headers and
do some cleanup to be compliant to the relevant standards (which the
kernel maintainers couldn't be bothered to do).
> They're split from the kernel headers and we don't need to keep
> obsolete junk around.
I agree about obsolete junk.
However statements like "No kernel headers can be included by userland
anymore" can be slightly misleading.
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