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    SubjectRe: klibc development release
    On Sat, Aug 10, 2002 at 01:27:36AM +0300, Matti Aarnio wrote:
    > How NetBSD handles the issue, I don't know. One interpretation
    > of what you say is that when a new architecture is added to NetBSD,
    > it will instantly inherit the entire historical set of syscalls,
    > including the obsolete ones.

    netbsd puts all syscall code not needed by the current release under a
    per-version ifdef. A new port starting at, say 1.4, will never have
    this enabled (unless it has binary emulations that need parts of the
    old syscalls)

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