[RFC PATCH 00/38] Support for Linux asm-generic/unistd.h
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Wed Sep 14 07:58:01 UTC 2011
On Sep 6, 2011 10:55 AM, "Jonas Bonn" <jonas at southpole.se> wrote:
> The asm-generic/unistd.h header in Linux defines a reduced set of syscalls
> where older and deprecated syscalls have been removed. This patch set
> some changes to the affected C functions so that they work with the
> Linux header.
> This patch set is, however, primarily an RFC because:
> i) The functions are generally made to prefer the "newer" syscall if they
> exist... I'm not sure this is always valid.
> ii) I'm uncertain whether the changes to the fstat* functions and to
> are correct. I would, in particular, appreciate close review of these.
> iii) This has been tested for the OpenRISC architecture and compile
> for x86. Other architectures need to be checked.
> I know that there have been other attempts to do these changes earlier.
> patch sets for those, however, aren't easy to find. So if I've
> something that somebody else already has or is working on, then please
> point me their work so that I can collaborate with them to get this work
> This work is currently of primary interest for the OpenRISC architecture
> which was recently merged to the upstream Linux kernel with support for
> the asm-generic/unistd.y syscalls. Four other architectures are expected
> be merged within the next 6-12 months that will all have the issue and
> benefit from these changes.
Most if not all of these seem to go into the wrong direction, size-wise.
Bloat-o-meter output, please?
The fcntl change looks like it would break !LFS support.
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