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Date: Fri, 8 Jun 2012 16:04:00 +0200
From: Szabolcs Nagy <>
Subject: Re: printf POSIX compliance

* Reuben Thomas <> [2012-06-08 11:34:04 +0100]:
> I contacted the gnulib maintainers, one of whom replied:
> "IIRC, gnulib's freadahead use is caused by musl's printf not being
> posix compliant, causing gnulib to pull in its printf replacement,
> which doesn't work on musl."

what does freadahead have to do with printf?
that sounds weird..

> It would be nice to sort this out: either musl's printf is not
> POSIX-compliant, or gnulib's detection of POSIX-compliance is buggy.

so far i haven't seen much code from gnulib that was *not* buggy

but yes this should be sorted out..

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