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    SubjectRe: is kernel compilation supposed to change header file timestamps?
    On Thu, Aug 22, 2002 at 12:41:19PM -0400, Chris Friesen wrote:
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    > I noticed the other day that on a kernel compile, the timestamps of some files are changed. The
    > funny thing is that all the changed ones are header files, but not all header files are modified.
    >
    > Is this expected behaviour?
    I assume you are compiling a 2.4 kernel, in which case this is expected
    behaviour.
    For the 2.5 kernel kbuild has been changed such that
    header files are no longer 'touched' during the compile process.

    Sam
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