Hello, 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 #else if SLOW_BUT_NO_HACKS sections with the #else #error sections, either with #pragma warn instead of #error, or without any messages? Isaac Dunham