It should be self-consistant, moving towards ANSI by 3.0.
And unless you do each file *completely* during the transition, you
can't have both at once. That is the essence of the argument going on
now. If you do it half-assed, self-consistancy goes out the window.
And if you do it full-assed, then the usefulness of `cvs diff' and
`cvs -j' goes out the window. If you disagree, try merging some Lite2
code into gratuitously changed code, and then verifying that the merge
is correct. ffs_vfsops.c is a good place to start - it is missing
important Lite2 security-related code for mount().