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SubjectRe: Adaptec AIC7XXX v 6.0.6 BETA Released
> I'm aware of the difference.  I only mentioned "curproc" as an example of
> similar brokeness that has less of a chance of catching the uninitiated.
> What about "curtask" or "curthread"?

Its called current. We write a lot of current->state type things where it makes
a lot of sense. Being a define is ugly because it hits struct fields. Being a
global is sane. Its also something that is inbuilt into every driver and every
book or article on linux driver/kernel stuff. Changing it would be extremely


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