Rudi Schlatte <rudi@...> writes:
> Dag-Erling Smorgrav reported a compile failure on *BSD, due to
> inclusion of asm/errno.h instead of errno.h, which is clearly wrong.
> Trivial patch appended.
Yeah, it was failing on Solaris, too. Thanks, I've applied this (and
the previous patch to sb-bsd-sockets, to isolate the tests from the
rest of the system) to sbcl-0.8.0.7.
> (I've begun to like inserting patches of a screenful or less directly
> into the mail, because that way I can cut'n'paste directly from one
> emacs buffer into the other. Please holler if this is inconvenient.)
> -("stdio.h" "sys/types.h" "sys/stat.h" "fcntl.h" "asm/errno.h" "sys/mman.h")
> +("stdio.h" "sys/types.h" "sys/stat.h" "fcntl.h" "errno.h" "sys/mman.h")
Something like this isn't too bad, because it's fairly easy to eyeball
it and see what's changed. If there are several multiline hunks, it's
less likely to meet with approval, I think, because it then becomes
much harder to apply. Use your judgement. :-)
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