[PATCH] Fix compile on NetBSD-current for popcount
schmorp at schmorp.de
Fri Sep 4 11:30:22 CEST 2009
On Fri, Sep 04, 2009 at 07:09:51AM +0100, Roy Marples <roy at NetBSD.org> wrote:
> NetBSD now ships popcount in libc, which does the same job as the gcc
Argh, BSD hits, again.
I will probably rename the function (just using random function names and
assuming they have the same semantics as our function is not a good idea),
but really, couldn't netbsd just fix this bug in their libc?
It's not as if "implementation namespace" or "os-specific header file for
extensions" is a particularly new or weird concepts - other osses have no
problems keeping the program namespace clean, and there are so many methods
not to inject the program namespace with random symbols.
this just makes netbsd more like a minefield - learn to say no to evil
people who want to destroy netbsd by making it a hostile environment for
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