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SubjectRe: no version magic, tainting kernel.
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In message <20030123193540.GD13137@ca-server1.us.oracle.com> you write:
> Can't the stuff in init/vermagic.c be moved into a header file? Maybe
> vermagic.h? Most of the code can be cut 'n pasted right out of vermagic.c
> and the bit that defines "const char vermagic[]..." could be placed inside a
> macro which modules would then stick in the bottom of one of their c files.

And then you'll die horribly next time Kai or I change the way modules
are built.

Really, using the Makefiles is always the most future-proof way!

Hope that helps!
Rusty.
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