In article <200307241402.SAA09143@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> (at Thu, 24 Jul 2003 18:02:35
+0400 (MSD)), kuznet@xxxxxxxxxxxxx says:
> Maybe, struct is better, but I am inclined to think in this case it is wrong.
> It is going to be extended, so newly compiled applications will see
> truncated structs from older kernels and will have to do ugly job
> verifying validity of fields using some offsetof. In the case of array
> it is natural at least.
I'm not so sure about the "array," but anyway,
I don't think it is so ugly to use struct / offsetof.