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Date: Sun, 22 Jul 2012 19:09:25 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Re: Hello

I've been getting a little impatient waiting to see if anything happens,
so I started going through orc's patch and revising it.

1. It still applies cleanly.

2. __sigsetjmp is only added on x86(_64).
While looking at arm, I noticed that x86/mips gas uses @function while arm
uses there a reason for this?

3. splice() is added to fcntl.h with _GNU_SOURCE, but needs (s)size_t;
what I did was add
#ifdef _GNU_SOURCE
#define __NEED_size_t
#define __NEED_ssize_t

above where alltypes.h was included.

>> > - rawmemchr() was taken from uClibc
(I'm temporarily dropping that part...)
>> > - ioperm() and iopl() were not necessary to make glxgears work, just
>> >   added them because Xorg will want them
>> > Probably you will want to add:
>> > - weak_aliases for __underscores
>> Except most of them should be in the opposite direction. Especially
>> for functions like strxfrm_l where we'll eventually want the ISO C
>> "foo" function to depend on the POSIX "foo_l" function, the latter
>> will need its real name to be the __-prefixed version.
Are there any of these that should not be the other way around?
>> > - weak_aliases __funcname_internal
>> These are rather ugly and stupid, but seem harmless.

>> > glibc-specific functions and objects required to make glxgears work:
>> > - gnu_get_libc_*()
>> return "not glibc";

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