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SubjectRe: [PATCH v05 69/72] uapi rose.h: glibc netrose/rose.h header file compatibility fixes

Am 28.08.2016 07:59, schrieb Mikko Rapeli:
> On Fri, Aug 26, 2016 at 05:38:00PM +0200, walter harms wrote:
>> perhaps this not tested snipped would make sure that
>> you have included linux/rose.h ?
>> #ifndef ROSE_KERNEL_H
>> #include <linux/rose.h>
>> #endif
>> #include <netrose/rose.h>
> Sorry, I did not quite get this.
> <linux/rose.h> has conflicting definitions with glibc <netrose/rose.h>.
> The patches fixes the uapi headers <linux/rose.h> so that it hides
> definitions if <netrose/rose.h> from glibc was already included.
> -Mikko

no problem,
so far i understand the conflict arise because you need to include
linux/rose.h before netrose/rose.h

My suggestion was to add a check for linux/rose.h (ROSE_KERNEL_H)
and include it if not already done. (basicly this should work out
of the box but it seems a problem here).

I have no idea if you need to cover other cases but in my
understanding userspace programms should not include kernel headers.


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