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    SubjectRe: Warning messages during compilation of 2.4.21. (5 files)
    Michael Buesch wrote:

    > What about adding something like that:
    > #if MAX_NR_FUNC < 256
    > if((int)tmp.kb_func >= MAX_NR_FUNC)
    > return -EINVAL;
    > #endif
    >
    > Sure, this is ugly, too, but I think the warning is
    > _very_ ugly. Another solution is, what you already
    > said, to completely remove this if ().
    >

    This looks good enough to me.

    BTW, I tried to send the info to jhartmann@... mentioned
    in agpgart_be.c. But he is no longer at
    the e-mail address and the e-mail bounced.
    I wonder if anyone knows how to send the message
    to him today.

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