gert at greenie.muc.de
Tue Mar 12 19:48:02 EST 2002
On Mon, Mar 11, 2002 at 09:47:54PM -0600, Ben Lindstrom wrote:
> But also a good time to look at the code and go, "is there a better
> way of doing this without all this hacking".
What about having *two* openbsd-compat/fake-queue.h files? One that
has the basic things (TAILQ_FIRST, TAILQ_END, TAILQ_NEXT, ...) and the
second one has only only TAILQ_FOREACH().
I see three kinds of operating systems here:
- full <sys/queue.h>, with TAILQ_FOREACH
-> include system file
- working <sys/queue.h>, but lacking TAILQ_FOREACH
-> include system file plus "openbsd-compat/fake-tailq.h"
- no <sys/queue.h> at all, or an unusable one.
(SCO3 - has queue.h, but has no TAILQ_* macros)
-> include "openbsd-compat/fake-queue.h" plus "fake-tailq.h"
so the test "do we need to include openbsd-compat/fake-queue.h or not"
is a bit too binary for this threefold problem...
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