[RFA:] Fix libgloss/d30v/syscalls.c

Joel Sherrill joel@OARcorp.com
Mon Apr 15 14:03:00 GMT 2002

I am starting to wade through some targets and wanted
to make sure I did it the right way.

Is there any standard on what we want on the right hand
side?  I see Hans is tab'ing out a few and then putting

Hans.. do you have an order you are working through the
files in?  I want to work on a different subset than you.

How are you testing before you submit your patches?  

I want to do things the same way everyone else is and
avoid duplicate work. :)

FYI I have email from someone doing the xscale
directory so we can avoid that one.


Hans-Peter Nilsson wrote:
> Another one.  Including sys/types.h is necessary because of
> time_t.  Note that d30v-elf ICE:s in libstdc++-v3 at the moment
> in GCC CVS head, but at least it gets beyond this point with
> this patch.  (Please don't CC me discussions about multi-line
> strings as such, sorry.)
> 2002-04-15  Hans-Peter Nilsson  <hp@bitrange.com>
>         * d30v/syscalls.c: #include <sys/types.h>.  Don't use multi-line
>         strings.
> brgds, H-P
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