And Junio C Hamano writes:
- > BTW, how would people feel about replacing the
- > setenv() and unsetenv() calls with the older putenv()?
- No comment on this one at this moment until I do my own digging
- a bit.
If you're interested, I have a few patches in
that let git compile with xlc on AIX and Sun's non-c99
cc on Solaris. Changes:
+ Replace C99 array initializers with code.
+ Replace unsetenv() and setenv() with older putenv().
+ Include sys/time.h in daemon.c.
+ Fix ?: statements.
+ Replace zero-length array decls with .
The top two may or may not be acceptable. The third may
not be necessary if I can find the right -Ds for fd_set.
The last two just remove GNU C extensions. Makefile
changes (including extra -Ds for features) not included,
but could be. Tell me if you want any of these mailed.
Not all the tests pass on non-Linux, but I won't have time
to look at them for a bit. With the GNU findutils and
coreutils, it works well enough for basic use. The failing
tests might be from using non-GNU utilities. Rooting out
all the dependencies is a tad painful.
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