using functions and macros defined in include/linux/list.h

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    using functions and macros defined in include/linux/list.h

    Hello!
    Supposing that I have to deal with double linked lists in user space and I don't want to reinvent the wheel, how can I use the functions and macros defined in /linux/list.h and then avoid to reinvent the wheel? Is copy and paste the only solution (with problems connected with the the prefetch macro used e.g by list_for_each_entry()) ?

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    This page claims "A usable version of this file is available here for download. " http://isis.poly.edu/kulesh/stuff/src/klist/

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    thanks matsp!
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