Does anyone see a problem with committing those? (Also: IIRC there's a freeze on right now... commit or wait until later?) It seems possible that some of these changes belong in a .c file rather than the .h, but perhaps not. I see that util.h already has a lot of includes so I don't mean that one. The "HF: why" comments do not belong in the code. The patch files should have preambles that explain reason for the change. e.g. atoi() is documented to require stdlib.h, so code that uses it without including stdlib is wrong. Ideally you'd file an upstream bug and put the upstream bugtracker ref in the patch preamble too. This is an emerging convention not yet really followed. The general rule in freeze is "no infrastructure changes, no new packages, no updates to non-leaf packages" plus a general sense of conservatism. But fixing minor bugs is ok except for the last few days when we are more cautious.
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