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Re: lib/53125: sys/timevar.h is absent in installed systems.

The following reply was made to PR lib/53125; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: Utkarsh Anand <>
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Subject: Re: lib/53125: sys/timevar.h is absent in installed systems.
Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2018 22:23:44 +0530

 24.03.2018, 21:20, "Michael van Elst" <>:
 >  Apparently it is not general purpose and hasn't been ported to NetBSD.
 Yes it is. I'm trying to port
 (Yes, I was using `vi` to edit and view tons of files and I'll most probably 
 have nothing to edit after I port it.)
 Currently, I'm stuck with this:
 This patch (along with a small edit in an untracked folder that is generated 
 dynamically after downloading dependencies) helped me reach that far:
 I was surprised to see that including <machine/types.h> has no effect 
 whatsoever but declaring those in any of the dependent files removes
 errors for all the files deeper down the nesting.
 As for the implicit declaration warning, I don't get it when I compile it in linux.
 In fact I don't get a single error in Linux? Could it be a problem in the compiler/
 gmake/cmake in pkgsrc?
 24.03.2018, 21:58, "Manuel Bouyer" <>:
 > You still don't explain what you want to do. _KMEMUSER use is restricted
 > even in the kernel, it's in no way designed to be used in userland.
 I have explained it above. It doesn't look like a bug in that application. Apparently, other 
 operating systems provide access to `struct kinfo_proc` even to non _KMEMUSERs.

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