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SubjectRe: Unconditional include of <linux/module.h> in aic7xxx driver
>> unconditional in the aic7xxx driver?  Assuming MODULE_LICENSE is
>> properly qualified by an #ifdef MODULE, the driver appears to compile
>> and function correctly without this include. Are MODULE attributes
>> (MODULE_VERSION/AUTHOR/DESCRIPTION/etc.) now supposed to be included in
>> static configurations?
>It's always been meant to work always included. For non modules it defines
>the right do nothing handlers to avoid you having to get ifdefs into the
>kernel code

So, in theory I could nuke many of the remaining "#ifdef MODULE"'s?
This wasn't done in the aic7xxx driver for 2.4.12. My only concern with
doing this is having the driver still work on older kernel versions.

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