I haven't looked at the ZFS code but this sort of thing is exactly why all code I write uses int8_t, int16_t, int32_t, uint8_t, ... even when the first thing I have to do with a new compiler is to work out the proper typedefs to create them.
int, short and char are portable, only other things must be defined this way.
int8_t int16_t is just unneeded work. anyway - it's just defines, having no effect on compiled code and it's performance.
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