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Subjectmin/max breaks numerous software
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hi,

2.4.9 three-eyed min/max declarations breaks e.g. latest
pcmcia-cs-3.1.28 from pcmcia.sourceforge.org.

after #undef min/max in one file, compilation would fail in the
next file. so, instead of changing min/max occurences in pcmcia-cs,
I #if-0ed it in <linux/kernel.h>

please lets get rid of that ugly declarations. if we indeed need typed
min/max, let's choose a different name for it then.

/herp

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