I'm using musl as a libc, and have run into a number of times that
gnulib stopped build.
By defining SLOW_BUT_NO_HACKS, the software ended up working.
This is the documented behavior, but it doesn't seem like the right one:
if a stub is usable enough to allow using it, why shouldn't it be
available whenever there's no alternative?

Is there any reason not to merge the 
sections with the 
sections, either with #pragma warn instead of #error, or without any

Isaac Dunham

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