More modules we could use (all for MinGW / Windows): - - - - vasprintf For asprintf which we use all over the place. - gettextMinGW lacks <libintl.h> and any gettext function. I thought that gettextize was supposed to supply all the code needed to implement these? Anyhow, it doesn't seem to.
- strndup & strsep Non-standard functions, used all over. - fcntl [LGPLv3] The gnulib one fixes all the flags which are missing from Windows - sys_stat As above, but for S_* (Unix modes) macros - readlink [LGPLv3]This explicitly acts as a substitute for this system call on MinGW, according to the documentation anyway.
- pollOnly applicable if we want to build libvirtd on Windows, which isn't very useful at the moment.
- - -The above would fix about 80-90% of the porting problems with MinGW, enabling us to have a natively compiled Windows binary and DLL.
All of the modules mentioned above are 'LGPLv2' except where mentioned. I haven't checked the dependencies in detail however.
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