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SubjectRe: [PATCH] arch/tile: new multi-core architecture for Linux
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Arnd Bergmann <arnd@arndb.de> 写于 2010-05-25 23:03:11:

>
> > - You renamed __NR__llseek to __NR_llseek, which of course seems
pretty
> > reasonable, but libc expects to see the former (both glibc and
uclibc).
> > Is it worth requiring non-standard libc code? I may just add
> > __NR__llseek as an alias in my unistd.h for now.
>
> That was probably just a mistake on my side. The only other
> architecture using the generic version so far is score, so
> maybe Chen Liqin can comment on how he dealt with this and
> if he depends on the definition now.
>

When we port glibc to score arch, we fixed the llseek.c file,
remove the underscore before llseek. maybe it has compatible problems,
but it work ok with score application.

34c34
< return (loff_t) (INLINE_SYSCALL (_llseek, 5, fd, (off_t) (offset >>
32),
---
> return (loff_t) (INLINE_SYSCALL (llseek, 5, fd, (off_t) (offset >>
32),


--
liqin

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