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Re: [libvirt] Fix cygwin build

On Tue, Mar 08, 2011 at 08:12:31AM -0700, Eric Blake wrote:
> On 03/08/2011 01:07 AM, Daniel Veillard wrote:
> >   In virLogEmergencyDumpAll I was using SIGBUS and SIGUSR2, and
> > apparently they arent; defined on cygwin signal.h header.
> Huh?  Cygwin has all 32 traditional Unix signals, including SIGBUS and
> SIGUSR2; it's only flaw is that it lacks the POSIX-required minimum of 8
> real-time signals (on cygwin, SIGRTMIN==SIGRTMAX).  To my knowledge,
> mingw is the only modern porting target that lacks signals not required
> by C99.
> > I decided to
> > make the code conditional for all of them and not just those two for
> > portability sake. I resisted doing this on the daemon side because as
> > far as I know we don't compile it on WIN32. So I just pushed the
> > following under the build breaking rule,
> Well, it does fix mingw; so it was only the subject line that was
> misleading.  :)

  Ah, I probably confused the two :-)


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