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Re: [RFC 2/4] linux-user/signal.c: Create a common rewind_if_in_safe_sys
Re: [RFC 2/4] linux-user/signal.c: Create a common rewind_if_in_safe_syscall
Wed, 10 Nov 2021 17:31:51 +0100
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On 11/10/21 5:20 PM, Warner Losh wrote:
Although I think we can fairly safely drop HAVE_SAFE_SYSCALL. It is
operation. As with host-signal.h, really.
Yes. The only possible use I can see for it is to allow people to bring up
platforms more easily by deferring the signal-safe system call details
until later in
If we do, we'd need to remove the linux-user on a mips host tests from the CI pipeline.
Those are the only ones left that don't use this that we test.
Ack, thanks. I'll take care of this next release.
[RFC 3/4] linux-user/safe-syscall.inc.S: Move to common-user, Warner Losh, 2021/11/07
[RFC 1/4] linux-user: Add host_signal_set_pc to set pc in mcontext, Warner Losh, 2021/11/07
[RFC 4/4] common-user: Allow return codes to be adjusted after sytsem call, Warner Losh, 2021/11/07