On 22.10.2017 06:04, Robert Elz wrote: > Maybe that doesn't matter (or not much), as it is very rare (I think) to > ever see anything compiled on NetBSD without _NETBSD_SOURCE being defined > (isn't it?) and what happens for compiles not on NeBSD isn't relevant for > this discussion (nothing is affecting that.) As far as I can tell, if something defines a namespace like _POSIX_SOURCE, it excludes _NETBSD_SOURCE. I've not researched the source of this mechanism, but this is my observation and common in 3rd party software. It can also be nasty with compiler options like -std=c99 or -std=c++11.
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