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Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2014 13:41:42 +0300
From: Sergey Dmitrouk <>
To: <>
Subject: Constants to decode __ctype_b_loc() table


musl provides symbols for the following functions:

 - __ctype_b_loc
 - __ctype_tolower_loc
 - __ctype_toupper_loc

The last two of them return values that do not need special
interpretation.  The first one returns value pointing to a table of
bitmasks, but I'm unable to find where musl defines meaning of the bits.
Values seem to be compatible to the ones defined by glibc though.

Is this intentional (some kind of compatibility with other libc
implementation) or definition of _IS... macros is just missing and
you'd accept a patch to add them?


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