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SubjectRe: Controversy over dynamic linking -- how to end the panic
Jonathan Lundell wrote:
>
> At 8:06 PM +0100 2001-06-21, Alan Cox wrote:
> > > > the stdio.h, I'd tell him to go screw himself.
> >> What is the difference between including kernel header file and
> >> including GPLed header file?
> >
> >There are real differences between programs and interface definitions. At this
> >point you get into law and the like and its probably best you read up on it
> >from a reputable source not l/k
>
> Though header files don't fall clearly on the interface-definition
> side of the line. ctype.h, for example, in userland, or any other
> header with #defined or inline code.
> --
> /Jonathan Lundell.

Add to that the complications of C++ templates (not used in kernel, but
it could certainly test the law).
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