Subject: Re: removing too-much portability support code in KAME IPv6
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Date: 01/06/2000 16:48:02
>On Thu, Jan 06, 2000 at 01:37:49PM +0900, Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino wrote:
>> 	I plan to remove some of portability assuarance code in
>> 	KAME IPv6 part, since some of #ifdefs are way too much to be readable.
>> 	I'll remove parts like:
>> 		#ifdef __bsdi__
>> 		#ifdef __FreeBSD__
>> 	or some other parts that does not apply for NetBSD.
>> 	It actually makes KAME upgrade harder, but I think I need to do this
>> 	for NetBSD repository.
>I think there's quite a bit of code in the tree on which unifdef should
>be used to do this automatically.  The "portable" code could remain on
>a vendor branch, while code that's actually readable and maintainable
>by human beings would be at the head.

	actualy unifdef(1) was not useful for many cases due to use of #if,
	#if defined(__FreeBSD__) || defined(__NetBSD__)
	i may want to extend unifdef(1) for it.  are there any prior art exist?
	(such as GNU unifdef :-P)