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    SubjectRe: [RFC] Splitting kernel headers and deprecating __KERNEL__


    On Wed, 1 Dec 2004, David Woodhouse wrote:
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    > > I really disagree. That's kind of my point. We _can_ make sure that there
    > > is abzolutely zero semantic content change.
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    > We've _never_ made sure that there's absolutely zero semantic content
    > change in our private headers.

    Not true. For example, I don't take spelling fixes that do semantic
    content changes.

    See? The more trivial the fix, the more obviously correct it has to be.

    This isn't even a "fix". It's a cleanup. It goes under the same rules a
    spelling fix does.

    Linus
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