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SubjectRe: si_band type
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"Stephen C. Tweedie" <sct@redhat.com> writes:

> si_band isn't in use in 2.2 to my knowledge, so we could conceivably
> move it after the si_fd member and replace the old si_band with padding,
> but is this really any better than leaving si_band as an int?

Since the type is specified in the standard it's always possible to
pass a pointer to the element around and then `int' looses. But I
won't make the call. All platforms but Alpha are ok now so those who
would have to decide know who they are.

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