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Re: What systems (if any) have fprintf_unlocked?
- From: "John David Anglin" <dave at hiauly1 dot hia dot nrc dot ca>
- To: ghazi at caipclassic dot rutgers dot edu (Kaveh R. Ghazi)
- Cc: zackw at panix dot com, dave dot anglin at nrc dot ca, gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org, nix at esperi dot org dot uk
- Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2005 15:04:20 -0400 (EDT)
- Subject: Re: What systems (if any) have fprintf_unlocked?
> > I'm not going to be able to remember exactly. It might be worth
> > looking at various proprietary Unixes to see if they've got
> > fprintf_unlocked, but given the date I don't think I was looking at
> > one of them. My best guess is that I simply assumed glibc had it,
> > since it seemed to have _unlocked variants of all the other stdio
> > functions.
> > zw
> Hmm, I found another interesting reference to fprintf_unlocked here:
> In it Dave points out that hpux is missing fputc_unlocked and
> therefore neither fputs_unlocked or fprintf_unlocked should transform
> into fputc_unlocked.
> Dave, does hpux have fprintf_unlocked or was mentioning it a mistake?
It doesn't have either fprintf_unlocked or fputc_unlocked.
J. David Anglin email@example.com
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