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SubjectRe: STREAMS: interface versus implementation
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alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk (Alan Cox) writes:

> Please keep getpmsg/putmsg out of the generic glibc. Thats important because
> otherwise glibc will break the syscall versions and calderas stuff

No. The symbols coming from glibc would be shadowed by the symbols in
other libraries.

> LD_PRELOAD is your friend

Again, no. LD_PRELOAD should not be used for anything unless
absolutely necessary. And for this situation I don't understand where
you want to use it. If a program is written with STREAMS in mind you
cannot compile it some way and then magically add the STREAMS library
at runtime.

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