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SubjectRe: [PATCH] remove last references to linux/malloc.h
Hey David.

I see your point - but someone has obiously decided to switch from malloc.h to slab.h, and I do not
see the point in having three references to malloc.h when malloc.h only prints a warning and then includes
slab.h

== Morten


On Thu, Nov 22, 2001 at 01:54:29PM +0000, David Woodhouse wrote:
>
>
> admin@nextframe.net said:
> > Ok people - stop submitting patches which include malloc.h. Include
> > slab.h instead. :)
>
> Bah. I was sort of hoping we'd come to our collective senses and switch
> them all back.
>
> What does malloc.h do? Stuff to do with memory allocation, one presumes.
> What does slab.h do? Some random implementation detail that people have no
> business knowing about.
>
> --
> dwmw2
>
>

--
mvh
Morten Helgesen
UNIX System Administrator & C Developer
Nextframe AS
admin@nextframe.net / 93445641
http://www.nextframe.net
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