* John Reynolds <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [020224 14:33] wrote:
> hello, I've got a -current-related question to ask. akbeech forwarded me
> his build log when trying to build the "linux" user-land libusb from the
> port which I maintain (it is below). At first I said "impossible" because I'd
> tested things thoroughly, but then noticed he was on a -current system. Digging
> into things I see that sys/dev/usb/usb.h has had some commits lately that
> renamed the usb structures. Things like "interface_index" went to
> uai_interface_index, etc.
> Question #1: are there plans to MFC these changes in the USB structures to
> -stable in the near future?
I did that last night.
> Question #2: If not, is __FreeBSD_version >= 500030 the appropriate thing to
> "key" off of in order to make a patch set for libusb so that it will compile
> and work cleanly on a "fresh" -current?
I didn't bump FreeBSD_version specifically for it although I guess I will
be now. In both -current and -stable.
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