[PATCH] enable LFS support by default

Mike Frysinger vapier at gentoo.org
Sun Apr 5 05:23:48 UTC 2009

On Tuesday 24 March 2009 21:44:25 Roland McGrath wrote:
> Of course I understand LFS.  I don't understand what you think is wrong nor
> what you think you are fixing.  Those are what need to precede any patch.
> -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 might be intractable for strace.  It needs to decode
> the 32-bit struct stat et al formats in the syscalls that use them.  In the
> case of stat, I guess it's a different kernel struct declaration for Linux
> anyway.  But I'm not sure that is true of all the LFS-affected types.
> You need to explain what you are attempting to gain from using

i was missing the fact that strace builds with _GNU_SOURCE by default, and 
that in terms enables LFS support.  so explicitly settings LFS defines is 
redundant.  sorry for the noise.
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