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SubjectRe: Why it would be good to have AC interdiff patches
> > > 3) The time for compilation would be smaller as you modify less files.
> >
> > Somebody wrote me one time that it is always a good thing to make an
> > "mrproper" after I have applied a patch to kernel sources.
> >
> > Is that right?
>
> Well, I never did...

You're asking for serious problems. ld will often not fail when
the ABI changes and evil things *will* happen if a fc ends up
popping nonsense from stack.
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