Michael> David Mosberger-Tang writes:
>> Yes, it's fairly safe to assume that if you see any user-level
>> program make use of a C object whose name starts with an
>> underscore then something is seriously amiss. Such names are
>> reserved for the C-library/system and are not meant to be used by
Michael> Oops. I never meant for that code to see the light of day;
Michael> I was going to change some of the way the code worked to
Michael> make it irrelevant, and so I took the quick way of getting
Michael> rid of compiler warnings until then -- and then "then"
Michael> never happened. <blush>. I know better than that...
Hopefully my comment isn't interpreted as a criticism of the umax
driver (bugs do happen, after all). The umax driver is very nice
and it kind of makes me which I had such a scanner myself... ;-)
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