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    SubjectRe: patch to fix set_itimer() behaviour in boundary cases
    On Sat, Jan 15, 2005 at 10:58:45AM +0100, Arjan van de Ven wrote:

    > I don't see a valid reason to restrict/reject input that is accepted
    > now and dealt with reasonably because some standard says so (if you
    > design a new api, following the standard is nice of course). I don't
    > see "doesn't reject a condition that can reasonable be dealt with"
    > as a good reason to go double ABI at all.

    we could printk for now and if nobody reports this to lkml (as they
    do/did with oldish tcpdump/libpcap a while ago) we could -EINVAL

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