cvs commit: src/include stdlib.h src/lib/libc/stdlib a64l.3 a64l.c l64a.c

Scott Long scottl at
Fri Jan 27 12:17:02 PST 2006

Tom Rhodes wrote:
> trhodes     2006-01-27 05:17:25 UTC
>   FreeBSD src repository
>   Modified files:        (Branch: RELENG_6)
>     include              stdlib.h 
>     lib/libc/stdlib 
>   Added files:           (Branch: RELENG_6)
>     lib/libc/stdlib      a64l.3 a64l.c l64a.c 
>   Log:
>   MFC:
>     Add a64l(), l64a(), and l64a_r() XSI extentions.  These functions convert
>     between a 32-bit integer and a radix-64 ASCII string.  The l64a_r() function
>     is a NetBSD addition.
>     PR:             51209 (based on submission, but very different)
>     Reviewed by:    bde, ru
>   Revision  Changes    Path
>  +3 -2      src/include/stdlib.h
>  +9 -7      src/lib/libc/stdlib/
>   +186 -0    src/lib/libc/stdlib/a64l.3 (new)
>   +46 -0     src/lib/libc/stdlib/a64l.c (new)
>   +52 -0     src/lib/libc/stdlib/l64a.c (new)

Not compile tested by: trhodes

Seriously, breaking a RELENG_* branch is simply unacceptable.  I can
almost kinda forgive breaking LINT once in a while, but not bothering
to do a simple 'buildworld' after changing a library and/or a header is
just lame.  If building world is too much of a burden, I will provide
you with an account on a machine that can build world in under 20
minutes.  It's important that these kinds of screw-ups stop.


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