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    SubjectRe: [RFC] Splitting kernel headers and deprecating __KERNEL__
    Hi,

    On Mon, 29 Nov 2004, Al Viro wrote:

    > That leaves affs_fs.h containing only AFFS_SUPER_MAGIC declaration and
    > amigaffs.h also seriously cleaned up; it still has a bunch of defines that
    > are almost certainly never used in userland (they refer to ->b_data and
    > in-core affs superblock), but these might in theory be useful (similar
    > stuff for ext2 *is* used by userland code).
    >
    > If Roman is OK with their removal, AFFS_DATA and friends should also get
    > moved to fs/affs/affs.h.

    Looks good. Thanks.
    I wouldn't mind moving it all to fs/affs, I don't think there is any
    userspace dependency here. I have a simple mkaffs tool, but that uses a
    copy of it.

    > +#if 0
    > + s32 i_original; /* if != 0, this is the key of the original */
    > + u32 i_data[AFFS_MAX_PREALLOC]; /* preallocated blocks */
    > + int i_cache_users; /* Cache cannot be freed while > 0 */
    > + unsigned char i_hlink; /* This is a fake */
    > + unsigned char i_pad;
    > + s32 i_parent; /* parent ino */
    > +#endif

    That can be killed.

    bye, Roman
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