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I had some different results when compiling the SCTP kernel module. The point is in following equation: abs(tp->srtt - rtt) srtt and rtt are both of type __u32, the abs-macro is defined as abs(long). Some time ago, I had to do a patch with (__u32) abs( (long)srtt - (long) rtt)) for the correct result of abs(), which I do not need any more.Has there been any changes in the last revisions of gcc regarding this point ???
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