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bug#6555: stat enhancement

From: Pádraig Brady
Subject: bug#6555: stat enhancement
Date: Tue, 06 Jul 2010 22:53:40 +0100
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On 06/07/10 19:18, A Burgie wrote:
> Is there any documentation on doing this the right (meaning, GNU) way?
>  I've separated out find_mount_point() into a separate .c file,
> created a .h file, put both in ./gnulib/lib and linked-to them from
> lib, included the .h file in stat.c and df.c, but cannot compile
> (w/make).  I believe I still need to modify a makefile to include the
> findmountpoint.c file somewhere but have never worked w/make except as
> an end user (./configure && make && make install).  Also I do not know
> that I am using the correct directories (./gnulib/lib) for my new .c
> and .h files.

lib/ is for gnulib stuff so best avoided.
Have a look at how a function was extracted to a separate file previously.
For example, search for "operand2sig" in `git show 265c4b83`

> My current error makes me think I'm missing something
> else that's probably obvious:
>   CC     stat.o
> stat.c: In function 'print_stat':
> stat.c:686:7: error: a label can only be part of a statement and a
> declaration is not a statement
> stat.c: At top level:

is your case 'm': typoed?

> ../lib/findmountpoint.h:28:1: warning: 'find_mount_point' used but never 
> defined

that'll probably be sorted if you follow what was done for operand2sig


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