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    The header files in /usr/include and /usr/include/linux seem o be rather
    inconsistent. The following code spews errors.

    test.c

    #include <time.h>
    #include <linux/time.h>

    int main() {}

    gcc -Wall test.c . Lots of errors.

    One bypass would be to use any 1 of the headers but a problem is the
    following case :

    #include <foo.h> /* This in turn includes <time.h> */
    #include <moo.h> /* This in turn includes <linux/time.h> */

    Any workarounds ??

    Shourya





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    Jadavpur University Calcutta, India 700 032

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    And I am acting tonight
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