|Subject:||RE : Re: errno --> errno name ?|
|Date:||Fri, 5 Aug 2011 11:16:22 +0200|
Does it work for cross compiling ?
Le 5 août 2011 02:39, "Bruno Haible" <address@hidden> a écrit :
Indeed, that looks like most portability problems have been eliminated.
> I fixed up the "mk" script to be more portable
You can also test it with 'zsh', 'ksh', 'ash', and 'dash' on a glibc system.
> tho I haven't tried it on Solaris' /bin/sh.
> Probably won't work. I don't have access.
If it works with these shells, it will likely also pass with /bin/sh on
Now, do you plan to convert this into a gnulib module?
It just means that your libc does not have the string for ERFKILL. This
> One interesting thing I discovered:
> $ errno . | head -n4 ; echo '[...]';errno . | tail -n4
string was added in glibc/sysdeps/gnu/errlist.c on 2009-11-14.
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