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Re: Updating FreeBSD port

From: Mikhail Teterin
Subject: Re: Updating FreeBSD port
Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2006 00:02:39 -0400
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On Thursday 21 September 2006 23:54, Eric Blake wrote:
= No, it is FreeBSD that is broken.  If you use getopt_long to implement the
= POSIX requirements of "pr -s _", the GNU version complies whether or not
= POSIXLY_CORRECT is set (POSIX requires it to interpret -s with no [...]

Where did pr enter the picture? We are talking about gm4 here...

= > Do I have you converted yet?
= Nope.  All you have managed to do is convince me that GNU m4 and gnulib
= should continue rejecting the current FreeBSD getopt_long implementation
= as broken.

So, respecting the POSIXLY_CORRECT makes something broken, while ignoring it 
makes it correct?

Where is the standard for getopt_long documented, anyway?


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