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SubjectRe: exception tables in 2.5.55
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In message <200301132103.h0DL3R0p001528@eeyore.valparaiso.cl> you write:
> [Massive snippage of Cc:]
> Rusty Russell <rusty@rustcorp.com.au>
>
> [...]
>
> > This seems way overkill. How about you move the search_extable()
> > prototype out of linux/module.h and into each asm/uaccess.h, then:
> >
> > include/asm-m68knommu/uaccess.h:
> >
> > /* We don't use such things. */
> > struct exception_table_entry
> > {
> > int unused;
> > };
>
> Why not just an empty structure?

Ancient compilers. See linux/spinlock.h. Since it's not actually
used, putting in a #ifdef is overkill...

Hope that helps!
Rusty.
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