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Tim Schmielau

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Issue #275, Section #10 (2 Oct 2004: Cleaning Up #include Statements In 2.6; Stability Not Necessarily Top Priority)
Issue #206, Section #1 (23 Feb 2003: 64-Bit Jiffies; Jiffie Wrap Bugs)
Issue #175, Section #8 (14 Jul 2002: Localizing #include Directives)
Issue #153, Section #8 (11 Feb 2002: Doing 64-Bit Arithmetic In Kernel Modules)
Issue #144, Section #1 (3 Dec 2001: Gearing Up For 2.5 And Handoff To Marcelo)


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