[lsb-discuss] mcheck.h and arpa/nameser.h do not exist in LSB libc

shompola at bredband.net shompola at bredband.net
Thu Jul 1 03:31:52 PDT 2010


Thanks for the explanation! By the way, slightly off topic. I should never
include the linux header files from glibc-devel such as types.h as then it
will clash with these supplied by lsb, right?

On Thu, 01 Jul 2010 14:16:33 +0400, Denis Silakov <silakov at ispras.ru>
> As for mcheck.h, I think it is believed that its routines (mcheck,
> mprobe, etc.) are useful for debugging only and not used in binaries
> deployed to end users. Such functions are not normally considered as LSB
> candidates.
> On 07/01/10 13:53, shompola at bredband.net wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I was configuring rsynch (it is not LSB compliant however i can build
>> it just fine) and it warned me that mcheck.h and arpa/nameser.h were
>> rejected by the preprocessor as it can't find them. I can not see them
>> being included with the lsb c libs I have installed. Has LSB
>> deliberately excluded these two? They are present in glibc-devel but I
>> should not include the headers there right?
>> Thanks in advance!

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