Recent versions of WINE have defined a struct thread in
wine/server/thread.h.  Unfortunately, wine/server/context_i386.c
sucks in sys/user.h, which brings in sys/proc.h.  Of
course, sys/proc.h contains the post-KSE integrated 
struct thread.  I've managed to build WINE by temporarily
placing a #ifdef _KERNEL ... #endif in sys/proc.h.

I WINE developer has suggested that this is namespace
pollution on the part of FreeBSD, but he hasn't given
any details to support what he means.

So, should parts of sys/proc.h be protected by _KERNEL.


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