Moving everything from signal.h to sys/signal.h

Mon Oct 11 09:59:00 GMT 2004

On Thu, 7 Oct 2004, Christopher Faylor wrote:

> On Thu, Oct 07, 2004 at 04:21:07PM -0400, Jeff Johnston wrote:
> ><sys/signal.h> is not defined by POSIX, ANSI, Single UNIX, or C99 so we're 
> >largely in undefined territory here.  As previously noted, newlib's usage 
> >of the sys directory doesn't necessarily match up with other C libraries 
> >out there.  It seems to me the ultimate goal you want to achieve is to 
> >allow existing code written against glibc that takes advantage of the fact 
> >that <signal.h> and <sys/signal.h> are interchangeable.  An easy solution 
> >would be to add a check in the default <sys/signal.h> that if _SIGNAL_H_ 
> >wasn't already defined, to include <signal.h>.  Does that seem reasonable 
> >to you?
> Yes, that seems fine.  I do like trying to be as close to glibc as possible,
> too.
> cgf

Ok, patch applied.

-- Jeff J. 

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