Subject: Re: Style guide
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Wolfgang Solfrank <email@example.com>
Date: 05/27/1997 17:22:41
> Any new NetBSD port is likely to make more use of gcc and
> cross-compiling than it is to use a native compiler, no?
> And any counterexample that comes up is more than likely to have an
> ANSI-capable compiler as the native one by now...
What about people that pick pieces from the code and use it in different
environments? Like e.g. using the networking code to fix bugs in legacy
machines' tcp/ip implementations.
In a word, I'd hate this to happen.
BTW, long long isn't a good argument, as it is (or should be?) used only in
port-specific code, or by the way of a typedef (like int64_t).
ws@TooLs.DE (Wolfgang Solfrank, TooLs GmbH) +49-228-985800