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Re: Looking for man pages
Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> No, it doesn't. It's still the old documentation not updated for... at
> least... no, even longer. The new one reflects the state of Cygwin from
> CVS/recent snapshots. Did I mention how much such a project depends on
> volunteers, lately?
You're saying that the docs cleanup needs to be backported to the 1.5.24
branch (cr-0x5f1 ?) from HEAD then, right? The last .24 release was API
minor 156, so that would mean removing reference to:
157: Export gai_strerror, getaddrinfo, getnameinfo, freeaddrinfo,
158: Export bindresvport, bindresvport_sa, iruserok_sa, rcmd_af,
159: Export posix_openpt.
160: Export posix_fadvice, posix_fallocate.
161: Export resolver functions.
162: New struct ifreq. Export if_nametoindex, if_indextoname,
163: Export posix_madvise, posix_memalign.
164: Export shm_open, shm_unlink.
165: Export mq_close, mq_getattr, mq_notify, mq_open, mq_receive,
mq_send, mq_setattr, mq_timedreceive, mq_timedsend,
166: Export sem_unlink.
167: Add st_birthtim to struct stat.
168: Export asnprintf, dprintf, _Exit, vasnprintf, vdprintf.
169: Export confstr.
170: Export insque, remque.
171: Export exp10, exp10f, pow10, pow10f, strcasestr, funopen,
172: Export getifaddrs, freeifaddrs.
173: Export __assert_func.
If that's what's necessary I can take a look at doing it, just wanted to
be sure we're on the same page first.
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