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    SubjectRe: [RFC] Splitting kernel headers and deprecating __KERNEL__
    Greg KH writes:

    > The justification is that it doesn't properly describe the variable size
    > (think userspace 32 bit variable vs. kernelspace 32 bit variable.) We
    > need to stick with the proper __u32 type variables for data that crosses
    > the userspace/kernelspace boundry.

    uint32_t is defined to be exactly 32 bits wide, so where's the problem
    in using it instead of __u32 in the headers that describe the
    user/kernel interface? (Ditto for uint{8,16,64}_t, of course.)

    Paul.
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