cvs commit: src/sys/sys signal.h
scottl at samsco.org
Wed Dec 7 14:12:42 PST 2005
John Baldwin wrote:
> On Wednesday 07 December 2005 04:16 pm, Doug Ambrisko wrote:
>>David Xu writes:
>>| David Xu wrote:
>>| > davidxu 2005-12-06 06:02:35 UTC
>>| > FreeBSD src repository
>>| > Modified files:
>>| > sys/sys signal.h
>>| > Log:
>>| > o Add some pad fields into struct sigevent for future extension.
>>| > (suggested by alfred@)
>>| > o Reuse si_band field in struct __siginfo, add a mqd member which
>>| > will be used by mqueue.
>>| > o Add code SI_KERNEL to indicate a signal is queued by kernel.
>>| > Revision Changes Path
>>| > 1.54 +14 -2 src/sys/sys/signal.h
>>| You have to rebuild world and your program if you are using aio,
>>| signal queue, timer, or mqueue which are new to many FreeBSD
>>| people. ;-)
>>Does this include people running FreeBSD 4.X compiled programs on -current?
> Even 6.x programs that use aio would be affected if 4.x ones were affected. I
> think aio is the only thing 6.x and earlier could be using though.
So will there be some sort of compatibility shims? I bet that there
will still be a lot of 4.x binaries being run on 7.0 systems in the
future, just like 2.2.8 binaries were being run for years after 3.x and
4.x came out.
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