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SubjectRe: [TRIVIAL PATCH] Remove list_t infection.
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On Fri, 2002-09-06 at 05:28, Dan Aloni wrote:

> task_t, anyone?

I actually like task_t, and it is my lone typedef exception, but maybe I
am the exception...

My real complaint against typedefs (and list_t in particular) is their
inconsistent use. I think we have done a good job universally using
task_t vs struct task_struct, and thus its not an issue to keep it...
On the other hand, I would not scream too loudly over its removal.

Anyhow, I think any change should be ack'ed by Ingo because its his code
and he deals with it a disappropriately large amount of the time.

Robert Love

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