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Re: Compiling laden & friends

From: Marcus Brinkmann
Subject: Re: Compiling laden & friends
Date: Thu, 2 Oct 2003 12:47:18 +0200
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On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 04:15:17PM +0200, Ludovic Court?s wrote:
> This is because PACKAGE_VERSION is used in several places.

See Niels comment.
> Also, laden/output-serial.c and wortel/output-serial.c use strdupa ()
> while this is not available.  The GNU C library defines it as a macro in
> string.h.  Maybe such headers could be added in include/libc-parts or
> something like that?

No, we are in fact really using glibc's headers.  We do this in a conscious
and at the same time sneaky way, but I know what I am doing, so that's ok ;)

I have not even decided yet if we are going to use the real glibc for example
for physmem, or not.  That depends a bit on how modular we can make use of
glibc itself (ie, prevent inclusion of stream I/O package).

> The error_t type also appears to be undefined.  Maybe there should be
> some hurd_types.h header or so?

Nope, we are really using errno.h with _GNU_SOURCE 1.

Is it by chance that you are not using the GNU C Library?


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