On 2008-03-04 21:01, Girish Venkatachalam wrote:
>On 17:01:28 Mar 04, Daniel O'Connor wrote:
>> I did this a while ago when porting some of our code to Linux because it
>> builds with pmake..
>>
>> Your patches are much nicer than mine however
>>
>> The tailq stuff could be shoved into a linux.h or some such.. So it's
>> more obvious what it's for and why it's there.
>>

>
> PMI but why do I see tailq in gentoo?
>
> I was taken by surprise when I found my code compile and run beautifully
> few months ago.
>
> I am wondering if that is the case, then why port it?


Minor compatibility nits here and there, which can turn a simple
TAILQ_FOREACH() call to a nightmare of nested preprocessor hells

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