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Re: epoll exposure

> It also is a wrong way to build self-configuration; such a test is
> vulnerable to both false positives and false negatives.  It should be
> reported upstream as a bug.  Much righter is to test whether epoll, if
> present, produces the behaviour the program expects in the uses it
> makes of it.
As Linux introduced epoll (or so I think) I think it's appropriate -- 
absent a SUS specification -- to assume it works as under Linux?

How would you argue if some other OS was to introduce something called 
kqueue with semantics different from FreeBSD?

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