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Thread: SLED 15 SUSE Release version macro to check supported kernel API's

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    Default Re: SLED 15 SUSE Release version macro to check supported kernel API's

    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    Wll, you still did not tell us what application this is about or what you are trying to achieve..

    From a quick look to me it is more developement. And as you should have seen, we have a Development part with several sub-forums.

    When you want this to be moved somewhere there, please ask (and please do not start a second thread about the same subject there).
    I am trying to write driver for my FPGA card. This driver will be used by user space application to access hardware.
    Please move this post to right sub-forum.

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    Default Re: SLED 15 SUSE Release version macro to check supported kernel API's

    Well, as you (knowing much better then I what you are doing and from what sort of people you want help) seem to have problems choosing the most fitting sub-forums within Development, I moved it to Development > Programming/Scripting.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: SLED 15 SUSE Release version macro to check supported kernel API's

    Quote Originally Posted by testspeech12 View Post
    Code becomes deficult to maintain and this is not scalable solution.
    That is exactly what RHEL_RELEASE_VERSION does. You yourself said it is sufficient for you. What makes SUSE macros more difficult and less scalable?

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