Subject: Re: ancillary data alignment and binary backward compatibility: please pick one
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From: Noriyuki Soda <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/29/2000 18:50:51
I'm sorry for late response.
> Here are two fixes to ancillary data alignment issue. I would like
> to pick one of them, however, I'm still wondering which is more
> I personally vote for the latter, since the former will break if we
> try to run 32bit sparc binary on 64bit sparc kernel.
> However, I'm still not sure if it is okay to make CMSG_xx non-constant.
Hmm, I have a source which doesn't work with latter one.
The source does this:
struct cmsghdr hdr; /* to make alignment right */
It seems these macros are standardized in IEEE 1003.1g.
Does anyone have 1003.1g handy?