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SubjectRe: Linux/Pro [was Re: Coding style - a non-issue]
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> And it's practically obsolete itself, outside of the ARM directory. What

Thats just history. Doesn't mean it won't do the job. Probably when we get
to say 2.5.4 or so someone should do a build all as modules and anything
that doesn't build gets an obsolete tag until someone fixes it.

Anything not fixed for 2.6 will then be nicely labelled
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