How about this for kmid?

Will Andrews will at
Wed Oct 2 04:44:34 BST 2002

On Tue, Oct 01, 2002 at 08:38:33PM -0700, Alex Zepeda wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 01, 2002 at 11:04:06PM +0200, Antonio Larrosa Jim?nez wrote:
> > If I'm not wrong, machine/soundcard.h was added for BSD users (in fact, I 
> > think it was you who made that change :) ). Anyway, even if the latest BSD 
> > versions have changed it to sys/soundcard.h, I think there's nothing wrong 
> > with supporting also older versions.
> Yes, I wouldn't be suprised if it was me who made that commit (I don't
> think sys/ or linux/ are appropiate places for these headers).  Given that
> NetBSD is the only one who uses something different (or so it seems), and
> that versions of FreeBSD that use machine/soundcard.h are not supported by
> KDE... I think it be nice to clean up the numerous preoprocessor stuffs.

FreeBSD 4.x had <sys/soundcard.h> *and* <machine/soundcard.h>
dating back to FreeBSD 4.0 (released two and a half years ago).
I don't see the point in supporting FreeBSD 3.x or earlier for
KDE.  The preprocessor trade-off isn't worth it.


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