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SubjectRe: EXPORT_NO_SYMBOLS vs. (null) ?
Rogier Wolff wrote:
>
> Alan Cox wrote:
> > > What is the difference between a module that exports no symbols and
> > > includes EXPORT_NO_SYMBOLS reference, and such a module that lacks
> > > EXPORT_NO_SYMBOLS?
> > >
> > > Alan once upbraided me for assuming they were the same :)
> >
> > EXPORT_NO_SYMBOLS - nothing exported
> > MODULE_foo - export specific symbol
> >
> > none of the above, export all globals but without modvers
> ^^^^^^^ and statics!!!!
>
> I consider that a bug, but...

eh? Can you give an example of this? This should definitely -not- be
the case.

Jeff


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