Useful function declarations
Sun Mar 6 20:08:00 GMT 2005
On Tue, 1 Mar 2005, Shaun Jackman wrote:
> A number of useful function declarations, such as ftruncate, are
> hidden behind #if defined(__CYGWIN__) or #if defined(__rtems__). I'm
> wary of defining these symbols for unwanted side effects. How about
> another symbol such as __SUSv2__ or __I_WANT_IT_ALL_BABY__ such that
> all #if defined(__rtems__) become #if defined(__rtems__) ||
> defined(__SUSv2__), or whichever symbol is appropriate.
Ok. Are you willing to put together a patch? My preference would be a
symbol that is unlikely to be used by something else like gcc (e.g..
prefix with __newlib_). If optional, it should be put in the newlib.h
> I'm compiling busybox with newlib for arm-elf and found I had to
> modify by hand some 26 header files, most of which already had the
> function declaration I wanted, but had it hidden behind __CYGWIN__ or
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