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SubjectRe: [patch] fat/msdos/vfat crud removal
Hi,

On Sun, 9 Jun 2002, David Woodhouse wrote:
> Er, no. If you randomly reassign errno values, the world breaks.
> Don't even contemplate it.

I meant adding. Not just errno, even PF_..., etc.

> To that end, we should put '#ifndef __KERNEL__ #error' into all kernel
> headers, and C libraries should maintain a _separate_ set of headers which
> contain only the ABI definitions and are suitable for userspace. I believe
> dietlibc already does this, and recent Red Hat distributions contain a
> 'glibc-kernheaders' package with a slightly-sanitised version of kernel
> headers, which should become more sanitised over time.

I wouldn't call dietlibc an HighEnd open end API.

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