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Re: API levels and functions on Android

From: Paul Eggert
Subject: Re: API levels and functions on Android
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2023 20:24:55 -0800
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On 1/18/23 15:23, Bruno Haible wrote:
Defining REPLACE_GLOB=1 despite HAVE_GLOB=0 will be the way to make Gnulib
define 'rpl_glob' instead of 'glob', so that there is no conflict with libc.so.

I still need to work out the details how this would/will work. So as to
do things correctly on Android, while OTOH not adding lots of configure tests
for the other platforms...

Thanks for looking into this.

On Android, should we always define REPLACE_WHATEVER when 'whatever' doesn't exist, at least for all the REPLACE_WHATEVER instances that currently exist in Gnulib? After all, 'whatever' might exist in some future Android version.

Would it make sense to wait until you've worked out the details, before installing patches like the REPLACE_UTIMENSAT=1 patch?

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