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From Lee Tibbert <Lee.Tibb...@Compaq.Com>
Subject Re: Minor fix to v1.3.12-dev
Date Sat, 19 Feb 2000 04:28:28 GMT

The non-Ansi 't' breaks the pending OpenVMS port also.  It would be nice if
a non-standard change were #ifdef'd for the operating system which
used it, instead of forcing strict checking OSes to #ifdef around cruft.

We are trying to have the minimal number of #ifdef VMS entries.
We can #ifdef around this one too, but it lacks elegance.


At 08:34 PM 2/18/2000 -0600, you wrote:
>On Mon, Feb 14, 2000 at 04:16:08PM -0800, Turner, Ian iant" wrote:
> >
> >    A minor change was made to v1.3.11 to resolve a problem with Apache on
> > OS/2, which should have been #IFDEF'ed just for
> > OS/2 (and any other platform which needs the "t" mode to fopen() ), 
> since not
> > all implementations of Unix ignore the "t" mode.
> > (I.E. the change breaks Apache on some platforms)
>Which platforms? If OS/2 is the only platform with the Ctrl-Z issue
>that spawned this change (probably not true; there is Windows) then
>we'd use an ifdef for OS/2. If there's only one Unix that croaks on
>the "t", then we should ifndef for that.

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