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Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2018 13:27:00 -0400
From: Ed Maste <>
Subject: Re: qsort_r or qsort_s in musl

> qsort_r was at first rejected because of the conflicting definitions
> -- existence of same-named interfaces with different semantics or
> signatures is one of the big criteria for exclusion of nonstandard
> extensions in musl. However, from the FreeBSD side at least there
> seems to be interest in dropping their version and agreeing upon a
> standard aligned with glibc's version, for the sake of POSIX:

If you want to see the current state of this in FreeBSD, we have a
code review in progress in Phabricator at If POSIX standardizes on the glibc
version I'm sure we'll follow.

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