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Re: [PATCH] libstdc++: Introduce GNU/Hurd-specific libstdc++ os-defines.

From: Samuel Thibault
Subject: Re: [PATCH] libstdc++: Introduce GNU/Hurd-specific libstdc++ os-defines.h
Date: Fri, 7 Oct 2022 22:43:46 +0200
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Jonathan Wakely, le ven. 07 oct. 2022 12:14:26 +0100, a ecrit:
> As documented at https://gcc.gnu.org/lists.html all patches for
> libstdc++ need to be CC'd to the libstdc++ list. That's why your patch
> has not been reviewed, because I didn't see it.

Ah, sorry, I hadn't noticed that.

> On 29/08/22 02:30 +0200, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> > This is notably needed because in glibc 2.34, the move of pthread functions
> > into libc.so happened for Linux only, not GNU/Hurd.
> > 
> > The pthread_self() function can also always be used fine as it is.
> > 
> > libstdc++-v3/ChangeLog:
> > 
> >        * config/os/gnu/os_defines.h: New file.
> >        * config/os/gnu/ctype_base.h: New file.
> >        * config/os/gnu/ctype_configure_char.cc: New file.
> >        * config/os/gnu/ctype_inline.h: New file.
> >        * configure.host: On gnu* host, use os/gnu instead of os/gnu-linux.
> I think the commit message should note that these files are all copied
> from the existing gnu-linux ones, so that the git log records that and
> people don't need to compare them manually.
> But if these files are all identical to the existing gnu-linux ones,
> except for a couple of macros in os_defines.h being conditional on
> Linux, why not just test __linux__ in os_defines.h?

Ah, it's just that I hadn't seen that done for other OSes, even when
they are very similar (e.g. between gnu-linux and uclibc).

If #ifdef is fine there, then yes I'm all for it indeed. I'll send a v2.


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