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SubjectRe: get_current()
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John Kingman <kingman@VIEO.com> writes:

> I'm trying to write portable driver code.
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> What is the status of get_current()? I see that it is defined in

You should always just use "current" from <linux/sched.h>.
get_current() is an internal implementation detail of the architecture.
Don't include <asm/current.h> directly.


-Andi
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