Re: [PATCH] fix build with new versions of glibc
Daniel Rall wrote:
> On Sep 13, 2007, at 6:55 AM, David James wrote:
>> On 9/13/07, Joe Orton <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> Recent releases of glibc define "open" in unistd.h as a macro, to allow
>>> the detection at compile time of open() invocations which have undefined
>>> behaviour (omitting the mode parameter when required, notably). This is
>>> explicitly permitted by the POSIX specification for all function call
>>> interfaces it defines.
>>> The SVN build breaks with these new glibc releases - in places where
>>> "foo->open(" is used, the "open(" part gets macro-expanded to
>>> something... undesirable. The patch below prevents that macro expansion
>>> and fixes the build.
>> Nice fix. Thanks for fixing header_wrappers.py as well.
>> +1 from me on your patch.
> +1 to commit.
Did this ever get committed?
Received on Mon Oct 22 23:46:43 2007
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