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    SubjectRe: include/linux/xattr.h: how much userpace visible?
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    On Monday, 24 July 2006 20:45, Sam Ravnborg wrote:
    > The userspace headers are supposed to hold the part of the kernel
    > definitions that glibc (and mayby the attr package) uses. If they happen
    > to have their own copy now should not impct the decision what is part of
    > the userspace interface for the kernel. So actual usage does not decide
    > what is part of the userspace kernel headers but what definitionas are
    > definitions the userspace <-> kernel interface.

    Sure, fine by me.

    Andreas
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