Bionic and Linux Kernel headers

by Kenny Yu » Wed, 02 Sep 2009 22:50:30 GMT


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 Note bionic has included Linux headers in ./bionic/libc/kernel/. Linux
has its headers in ./kernel/include/linux, and Bionic has the ./bionic/
libc/kernel/common/linux too.

I compared the two and found some different *.H files, same names
though. So question is - shall we make sure the two header files are
same? Considering some C/C++ sources include Bionic/ while some go to
Linux/, I feel confused.

Kenny
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Bionic and Linux Kernel headers

by Kenny » Sat, 05 Sep 2009 20:49:01 GMT


 Or say, why bionic has its Linux C headers? Isn't it healthy to have
single set of Linux headers?

Kenny



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