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Re: make existing mips files multi-ABI
Alexandre Oliva <aoliva at redhat dot com> writes:
> On Apr 5, 2003, Andreas Jaeger <aj at suse dot de> wrote:
>> Alexandre Oliva <aoliva at redhat dot com> writes:
>>> +/* As tempting as it is to define this, the userland data structures
>>> + are not identical, because of different padding. Perhaps they
>>> + should be? */
This last sentence above and the comment below.
>>> +/* # define XSTAT_IS_XSTAT64 1 */
>> Please remove that comment and the last sentence of the define.
> You mean, remove all of what you quoted above, along with the
> enclosing #if/#endif (that would then be empty)? I thought it would
No. The lines above should just be:
+/* As tempting as it is to define this, the userland data structures
+ are not identical, because of different padding. */
> be good to document why we can't use xstat for xstat64, since I myself
> must have thought of it a number of times, and actually tried it at
> least twice before believing it couldn't be used :-)
>> We don't need extension here, this file is internal to glibc.
> Thanks, I wasn't sure.
> Fixed below. I've also cvs added the truncate64 files mentioned in
> the ChangeLog but that hadn't made it to my earlier cvs diff, so I'll
> ask for approval again. No other files were modified. Ok?
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