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Re: [Bug-gnulib] Module: poll (take 2)

From: Bruno Haible
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnulib] Module: poll (take 2)
Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2003 14:10:46 +0100 (CET)

Paolo Bonzini writes:
> The attached revised patch fixes all of the mismatches that were found in the 
> original implementation of POSIX.  It also includes the aclocal file and 
> modules/poll.

Thanks a lot. I've added this to the repository, with a few tiny
- poll.c: Define a fallback for EOVERFLOW outside the function. This
  minimizes the number of #if inside a function, which is a goal for Jim.
- poll.c, poll_.h: GNU coding style.
- poll.m4: Simplify test - $ac_cv_func_poll is guaranteed to be either
  "yes" or "no' after AC_REPLACE_FUNCS(poll). Also added a test for
  HAVE_SYS_TIME_H (this is not documented to be part of AC_HEADER_TIME).
- modules/poll: Use <poll.h>, not "poll.h" - this is what POSIX compliant
  programs should look like.
- modules/poll: Add m4/poll.m4 to the filelist.
- modules/poll: Add poll.h to DISTCLEANFILES, otherwise, if after
  building on a platform not supporting poll you do "make distclean"
  and build on a platform with built-in poll, you'd get strange errors
  because it would use the leftover lib/poll.h.


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