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In article <8p5u21$r0$1@penguin.transmeta.com> you wrote:

> However, what I think Al Viro dislikes about this is that it does tend
> to leave code that won't compile, just because some of the accesses are
> in places that the compiler doesn't see due to the pre-processor (or due
> to other build-rules: like in architectures that aren't the one that the
> developer uses).

That's why there are people that try to built all possible combinations of
.config options. Granted, that doesn't happen for non-i386 yet, but that is
just a matter of available hardware :)

Greetings,
Arjan van de Ven
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