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Re: nap() name space clash

From: Bruno Haible
Subject: Re: nap() name space clash
Date: Wed, 05 Feb 2020 03:03:33 +0100
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Hi Tim,

> > > I discoverd a name space clash with nap()
> > 
> > In which .h file is this function declared on UnixWare?
> unistd.h

Can you find out whether defining some preprocessor symbol will make
the declaration disappear? You need to peek into the .h file, make a
guess, and then process the file
  #include <unistd.h>
  int nap;
with "gcc -E ... | grep nap".

> > > How do I find out if I have filled out copyright assignment papers
> > > for the gnulib project?
> OK, I wil need to do that for gnulib. I have been siting on a bunch of
> patches way too long.
> Hmm, not all that ewasy to find the right assignent papers and who to send
> them to.

The right form should be doc/Copyright/request-assign.future (in the gnulib


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