This is the point where I say "NO!"
If we're making code uglier because we want to include fewer files, we're
doing something WRONG!
It's a lot more important to have readable code than it is to try to avoid
a file include. And this patch makes code less readable, just look at it.
Also, I'm going to stop applying the header file cleanups altogether
unless the people who send them to me check that things compile afterwards
a lot better.
Arnaldo has been helping a lot in fixing stuff up after the cleanups,
thanks go to him. The last net.h/fs.h cleanup broke pcm_native.c, for
Cleanups are only good if they make things BETTER. Making things worse is
not a good thing.
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