On 05-Jul-00 Kenjiro Cho wrote:
> John Baldwin wrote:
>> - There has been one vote so far to ditch the whole net/ reorg, although
>> other people have expressed support for it.
> What do you intend to do with the networking headers?
> The socket API standards specify the socket related headers and their
> paths. At least, "net" and "netinet" should not be moved.
The headers will always be installed in the right place in
/usr/include: Makefile's are editable. As far as kernel
compiles, symlinks can be created in the work directory as
one possible solution. For example,
sys/compile/i386/GENERIC/netinet -> ../../../../net/inet.
This would most likely result in netinet _not_ being split
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