firstname.lastname@example.org (Chris G. Demetriou) writes: > yup. it might well be OK to have a small portability library that > copes with some of the more commonplace non-standard functions > (e.g. err/warn), just as e.g. the toolchain has libiberty. however, > it should be fairly obvious how to bootstrap the whole thing, and > requiring a zoularis-like environment is just Too Much. Zoularis is actually not very heavyweight EXCEPT for one thing: there are ugly hacks in place to deal with the __progname hack. It turns out that doing __progname portably is very hard indeed. If someone could come up with a better hack for dealing with __progname well, we could have our portability library work much more smoothly. Perry
state: Exp; lines: +1 -2 Shouldn't use NOMAN here. We have a man page, even if we don't bother to install the program anyway. Simon.