Mike Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > I hate to spoil the moment ... but does anyone have an idea what the
> > > fix is? <g> Nothing in the amd directory seems to have changed in the
> > > past couple of weeks, so it must be somewhere else, and I'm not bright
> > > enough to figure out where.
> > 
> > Yeah, somebody forgot that typedefs and structure names can't
> > conflict. :)  I've just committed the fix.
> Er, this is probably the wrong fix.  It sounds like the kernel 'callout' 
> structure is ending up visible in userland, which it shouldn't.

Thing is, I for one can't figure out what just changed.  I've been manually 
following all the ways sys/callout.h would be included, and none seem to 
apply here.  For example, sys/systm.h isn't included in any way I can tell 
by this amd file, and sys/callout.h isn't explicitly either.  This is really 

So, sys/callout.h should be in #ifdef _KERNEL #endif /* _KERNEL */, but I 
just can't find out what broke it in the first place so I didn't want to fix 
anything.  It would be nice to have the system Mozilla uses for this where 
we can pinpoint automatically what commit broke things.

 Brian Fundakowski Feldman           \  FreeBSD: The Power to Serve!  /
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