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[master] common /proc/cmdline parsing



I've had this code (readvars.c & readvars.h) on a local branch for a
while, so I decided to clean it up for master now.  I've run through
a number of test installs and things worked as expected for me.

The idea is to centralize argv and /proc/cmdline parsing (and even
parsing of config files containing shell-style environment variables,
such as ifcfg files or files generated by linuxrc.s390).  I use a
hash table to store the key=value or key=NULL pairs and either check
for the existence of a key (in the case of arguments that do not
have a value) or I check the key and value.

Also in this patchset are some whitespace cleanup patches (or just
patch, I forget) and a patch to remove the remaining MINILIBC stuff
I found.

-- 
David Cantrell <dcantrell redhat com>
Red Hat / Honolulu, HI


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