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ache at nagual.pp.ru
Thu Feb 19 00:59:53 PST 2004
On Thu, Feb 19, 2004 at 10:43:45AM +0200, Ruslan Ermilov wrote:
> I have an idea: how about introducing the WANT_GNU_REGEX_H, and having
> the standard <regex.h> deal with it, by including the <gnu/regex.h> if
> the latter is defined, and using BSD's regex.h otherwise?
I don't want our headers to be polluted with unrelated stuff. Next thing
will be WANT_LINUX_ etc... Lets keep code bases separate, at least to
minimize diffs with other BSDs.
Your suggested way not reduces porter efforts, he needs to use
-DWANT_GNU_REGEX_H, but in my case it is -I/usr/include/gnu - I see no
gain here at all. Moreover, if we place more GNU headers under
/usr/include/gnu, only single -I/usr/include/gnu is needed in my case and
one-per-header -DWANT_GNU_<something>_H in yours.
Andrey Chernov | http://ache.pp.ru/
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