On Mon, Feb 12, 2001 at 02:20:30PM -0800, Mike Smith wrote:

> You can do better than this.  Put the lock in FILE, and define a new 
> structure FILE_old, which has the same size/layout as the old FILE 
> structure.

How is this more acceptable than bumping the major number?  Are they
really so precious that they can only be incremented once for a release
cycle?  Seems to me that a new major number is far cleaner than a gross hack.

- alex

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