allowing redefinition of setjmp()?
Mon Jan 26 20:22:00 GMT 2015
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> Subject: allowing redefinition of setjmp()?
> Reading POSIX, I see that Cygwin is compliant, and readline is at
> is clear:
> "It is unspecified whether setjmp() is a macro or a function. If a
> macro definition is suppressed in order to access an actual function,
> or a program defines an external identifier with the name setjmp, the
> behavior is undefined."
Honestly, this is what I expected.
> But as the redefine works in Linux, I'm wondering if we tweak things in
> Cygwin and/or newlib to allow it to work here too. Maybe by making an
> entry point __setjmp() as an alias for setjmp(), and defining
> sigsetjmp() in terms of __setjmp(), so that when someone adds a #define
> wrapper for setjmp, it is no longer a mutually recursive macro naming
It this really worth it?
> In the meantime, I'm resorting to patching up readline code to quit
> trying to (re)define setjmp.
Stating the obvious, all you need to do is globally replace setjmp() with e.g. readline_setjmp().
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