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Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2012 09:58:54 +0200
From: Szabolcs Nagy <nsz@...t70.net>
To: musl@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: [PATCH 8/10] finite

* Isaac Dunham <idunham@...abit.com> [2012-07-22 18:36:53 -0700]:
> This provides finite(); it has been split out into finite.c, to avoid
> namespace issues.
> 
> Isaac Dunham

btw these symbols declared in freebsd math.h with
bsd visibility:

#define	MAXFLOAT
extern int signgam;
double	j0(double);
double	j1(double);
double	jn(int, double);
double	y0(double);
double	y1(double);
double	yn(int, double);
double	gamma(double);
double	scalb(double, double);
double	drem(double, double);
int	finite(double) __pure2;
int	isnanf(float) __pure2;
double	gamma_r(double, int *);
double	lgamma_r(double, int *);
double	significand(double);
float	dremf(float, float);
int	finitef(float) __pure2;
float	gammaf(float);
float	j0f(float);
float	j1f(float);
float	jnf(int, float);
float	scalbf(float, float);
float	y0f(float);
float	y1f(float);
float	ynf(int, float);
float	gammaf_r(float, int *);
float	lgammaf_r(float, int *);
float	significandf(float);

we might want to fix some of these with the finite change

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