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SubjectRe: toplevel Makefile bug and simple fix
On Mon, Nov 08, 1999 at 03:21:30PM +0000, Alan Cox wrote:
> For kernel modules you want
> <linux-versionnumber/foo.h>

I don't think so.
For user space programs you want to use /usr/include/linux
which contains stuff that is stable - changes two or three
times a year.
For kernel modules you do not want to use /usr/include -
just like the kernel source itself does not use /usr/include -
you want to point a -I at the appropriate tree, just like
Miquel says, and once that is done the #include statements
themselves do not require a version.

Andries

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