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Re: Perl: config-h.pl - Draft


From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Perl: config-h.pl - Draft
Date: Mon, 17 May 2004 16:48:38 -0400
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Conrad T. Pino wrote:

>>From: Derek Robert Price
>>
>>No need to send samples.  You should be able to see for yourself if
>>the footer file you generate works or not.
>
>
>List of #defines to be kept and dropped:
>
>    Keep CVS_LSTAT
>    Keep CVS_MKDIR
>    Keep CVS_RENAME
>    Keep CVS_STAT
>    Keep DEVNULL
>    Keep FILESYSTEM_PREFIX_LEN


This can be dropped.  It is set in a conditional in the root config.h.in.

>    Keep HAVE_SYS_TIMEB_H
>
>>>    Keep HAVE_USLEEP


I agree.  This can be dropped.

>    Keep HAVE_WINSOCK_H
>    Keep ISSLASH


Drop this.  It is set in a conditional too.

>    Keep NO_SOCKET_TO_FD
>    Keep SEND_NEVER_PARTIAL
>    Keep SHUTDOWN_SERVER
>    Keep SOCK_ERRNO
>    Keep SOCK_STRERROR
>    Keep START_SERVER
>    Keep START_SERVER_RETURNS_SOCKET
>    Keep SYSTEM_CLEANUP
>    Keep SYSTEM_INITIALIZE
>    Keep CVS_LSTAT
>    Keep popen
>
>    Drop HAVE_ERRNO_H
>    Drop RSH_NOT_TRANSPARENT
>    Drop same_file
>
>What catches my eye is "HAVE_USLEEP" since it was dropped from "woe32.c"
>and should really be dropped.
>
>I'd appreciate a quick once over on your part in case there are others.


Nothing else jumps out at me.  One or two almost inspire me to
investigate, but I don't have time just now and including them in the
footer shouldn't hurt at the moment.

Derek

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