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SubjectRe: PATCH 2.5.2.9: ext2 unbork fs.h (part 1/7)
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On January 8, 2002 12:48 am, Jeff Garzik wrote:
> > Moving the ext2 headers from include/linux to fs/ext2 is an interesting
> > feature of your patch, though it isn't essential to the idea you're
> > presenting. But is there a good reason why ext2_fs_i.h and ext2_fs_sb.h
> > should remain separate from ext2_fs.h? It looks like gratuitous
> > modularity to me.
>
> apparently userspace includes them, which is the reason for the strange
> types. good reason to continue to keep them separate. That's also why
> my patch7 adds an ifdef __KERNEL__.

It's unnecessary for userspace to include those headers, they are
kernel-private.

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Daniel
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