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Re: Stray definitions of xmalloc and friends?



> While going through and whacking uses of "register", I noticed
> that there are three apparently-leftover definitions of xmalloc and
> other libiberty functions, in gencheck.c, gengenrtl.c, and
> gensupport.c.  No longer any reason to keep these alive, right?

The gen* programs aren't linked with libiberty, because they run on
the build machine and we don't yet build a build-libiberty (see my
proposal about that, though).  Thus, they must continue to provide
their own xmalloc et al functions.


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