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SubjectRe: Constant byteorder macros.
Followup to:  <20000121154727.A2247@ZhengHe.augustin.thierry>
By author: Francois-Rene Rideau <>
In newsgroup:
> Anyway, in such cases as this one where a satisfying patch is available,
> it costs more to argue about the issue than to apply the patch. Doesn't it?

No, this isn't a cleanup. This is going backwards toward a
harder-to-read kernel. __builtin_constant_p() is so widely used in
the kernel that saying that we should avoid it for <instance foo> is
silly. Use it throughout and make the code easier to read, thanks.

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