Definition conflict: EV_ERROR
schmorp at schmorp.de
Wed Feb 8 20:55:27 CET 2012
On Wed, Feb 08, 2012 at 08:43:18PM +0800, 191919 <191919 at gmail.com> wrote:
> In ev.h, EV_ERROR is defined as an enum value:
> EV_ERROR = 0x80000000 /* sent when an error occurs */
> but in systems which have kqueue, EV_ERROR is defined for the use of kqueue itself:
> /usr/include/sys/event.h:#define EV_ERROR 0x4000 /* error, data contains errno */
ev.h doesn't include sys/event.h - how do you get a conflict? the compiled
libev itself uses the wrong value for EV_ERROR?
> I suggest libev rename EV_ERROR to EV_EVERROR or something else.
Well, too late for that.
If you run into a problem becaue libev uses the wrong symbol for EV_ERROR,
can you add this to the *end* of ev_kqueue.c and see if that fixes these
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