2017-12-19 17:43:30 UTC
> Again, my understanding is we still aim to keep it in sync with gnulib,
> so I think we should first integrate with current gnulib code on glibc
> side (in same approach as we did for current glob changes).
As I understand it, Arnold's patches are against glibc. Arnold, would it
be too much trouble to rebase them against gnulib instead? I could take
a look at the result. I expect that many (most?) of these changes are
already in Gnulib, so the result should be easier for you to generate
than the original (and also be easier for me to review).
CC:ing this to bug-gnulib. For gnulib readers, this thread starts here: