William Harold Newman <william.newman@...> writes:
>> It seems the obvious fix would be to change
>> #-(or solaris freebsd) (:integer af-file "AF_FILE" "POSIX name for af-local. ")
>> #-(or solaris freebsd openbsd) (:integer af-file "AF_FILE" "POSIX name for af-local. ")
Valtteri Vuorikoski <vuori@...> writes:
> Also add netbsd
OK, I was misled by the comment in Linux headers which says (or used
to say) "POSIX name for AF_UNIX" next to the AF_FILE definition, which
caused me to believe that AF_FILE was indeed the POSIX name for AF_UNIX.
Silly me. If this were still db-sockets I'd feel compelled to leave
the definition in for backward compatibility, but it's sb-bsd-sockets
and we may as well clear this mess up before it gets any users. I'll
delete the line altogether. And fix things so that AF-LOCAL is
present in Lisp even on SunOS which (as of 5.8) still doesn't have a
AF_LOCAL constant in C.
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