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Re: agressive fixincludes writes:
> I suspect that the real problem is that IA86-Linux got switched
> from a special purpose script to the general purpose program.
> The program is actually seems much more careful than the old sed
> script from the fixincludes script.

BTW, this causes another problem.  AFAI can make out, even though the
old fixinc.ix86-pc-linux-gnu script was folded into the generic fixinc
framework, it isn't working.  The '' file has the following:

    # Skip unreadable files, symlinks to directories and glibc files
    if test ! -r "${file}" || test -d "${file}/." \
       || fgrep 'This file is part of the GNU C Library' "${file}" \
            > /dev/null 2>&1; then
    # Fix  10:  Aab_Fd_Zero_Glibc_2_0
    case "${file}" in ./selectbits.h )
    if ( test -n "`egrep 'i[34567]86-*-linux-gnu*' ${file}`"
       ) > /dev/null 2>&1 ; then
    echo "aab_fd_zero_glibc_2_0 replacing file ${file}" >&2
    cat > ${DESTFILE} << '_EOF_'

Firstly, selectbits.h is part of glibc, and the first segment removes
it from consideration for fixing.  Even if it was, the test -n
'egrep..' seems bogus.  That file doesn't have that string on my
machine, but it still needs the fix listed.

- Hari
Raja R Harinath ------------------------------
"When all else fails, read the instructions."      -- Cahn's Axiom
"Our policy is, when in doubt, do the right thing."   -- Roy L Ash

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