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"Steven J. Hill" <> said:
> I checked in the archives and did not see a discussion of this
> anywhere. I have received some Linux kernel code from a project
> that I have inherited and a couple of the drivers are including
> math.h from the C library. This being the header file from
> '/usr/include/math.h' in most cases. There are only two places
> in the kernel that also include this header file. They are:
> drivers/atm/iphase.c
> drivers/net/hamradio/soundmodem/gentbl.c
> As far as I can tell '/usr/include/math.h' is just full of
> defines and the header files it includes are also a bunch
> of defines with a few macro functions sprinkled in. Can someone
> shed light on if this is bad or not and why it would be done
> or necessary? Thanks.

Floating point in-kernel is a no-no-no. What you see is use in helper
programs that are compiled as part of the kernel build. Check if that is
your case too.
Horst von Brand
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