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SubjectRe: mktime in include/linux
On Thu, Jun 21, 2001 at 10:30:40PM -0400, Rick Hohensee wrote:
> Why does Linux have a mktime routine fully coded in linux/time.h that
> conflicts directly with the ANSI C standard library routine of the same
> name? It breaks a couple things against libc5, including gcc 3.0. OK, you
> don't care about libc5. It's still pretty weird. Wierd? Weird.

This has been brought up many times on this list: you are not supposed
to include kernel headers in userland.


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of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Information Technology and Systems,
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