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    SubjectRe: kernel/signal.c rev 1.101
    On Thu, 26 Feb 2004 17:29:03 -0500 (EST)
    Ricky Beam <jfbeam@bluetronic.net> wrote:

    > Quote the changeset:
    > ======== kernel/signal.c 1.101 ========
    > D 1.101 04/02/26 03:26:02-08:00 akpm@osdl.org[torvalds] 116 115 0/3/2549
    > P kernel/signal.c
    > C Kill bogus __KERNEL_SYSCALLS usage
    > ------------------------------------------------
    >
    > That's not "bogus usage" on sparc and sparc64 who's asm/signal.h requires
    > __NR_restart_syscall. Removing that breaks things in a way that's very
    > non-trivial to fix without touching many more files.

    Actually, it is sparc's responsibility to get the right stuff wherever
    it defines ptrace_signal_deliver(), which is exactly how I'm going to
    fix this.

    Andrew's change is correct.
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