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SubjectRe: [RFC, CFT] include file cleanup
On Sat, 29 Dec 2001, Manfred Spraul wrote:

> slab.h is currently one of the worst include files:
> it includes <mm.h>, that one <sched.h>, that one <fs.h>,
> just because it needs the GFP_ defines.
> I've split the gfp functions out of mm.h into a seperate <gfp.h>
> header file.
> Is that a step in the right direction?

Maybe. You might want to pull the rest of the get_free_page functions
out with it.

> Another similar cleanup would be splitting the 'struct task_struct'
> definition out of sched.h into a seperate <linux/current.h>:
> some source files only include sched.h because they dereference
> one field within current.

Tried it yet? I think you'll find this very difficult because of all the
things task_struct references.

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