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SubjectRe: include conventions /usr/include/linux/sys ?
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Followup to:  <NBBBJGOOMDFADJDGDCPHOEKLCJAA.law@sgi.com>
By author: "LA Walsh" <law@sgi.com>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> Linus has mentioned a desire to move kernel internal interfaces into
> a separate kernel include directory. In creating some code, I'm wondering
> what the name of this should/will be. Does it follow that convention
> would point toward a linux/sys directory?
>

I suggested include/kernel and include/arch with include/linux and
include/asm being reserved for the kernel interfaces (ioctl and their
structures mostly.)

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