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Thema: Ausblick auf glibc 2.10

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Von mirabilos am Di, 21. April 2009 um 12:41 #
Ich hab auf der Seite folgenden (noch nicht freigeschalteten)
Kommentar verfaßt, den ich euch nicht vorenthalten möchte:

2009-04-19 11:32 am UTC ([22]link) [23]Delete [24]Track This

int register_printf_modifier (wchar_t *)

No «const wchar_t *» there? Honestly, that's a non sequitur
to a couple of paragraphs further up in your posting.

I'm also somewhat concerned with the abundance of XML everywhere,
and the people who subvert standardisation processes to force all
*nix-like operating systems to introduce things which originally
were GNU glibc extensions. *sigh*

$ touch -h
touch: unknown option -- h
usage: touch [-acm] [-r file] [-t time] file ...

You know, that's just annoying. I wonder... strlcpy is not in POSuX
2008, but stpcpy is. How many actual BSD developers, historic or
from current times, were permitted to join in the standardisation
process, and how many GNU (gah! GNU's Not Unix) people were?

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