[BusyBox] [PATCH] kill error message
rob at landley.net
Wed Aug 17 07:13:56 UTC 2005
On Wednesday 17 August 2005 01:50, Vladimir N. Oleynik wrote:
> > %m is a glibc extension. uClibc has an option to implement it, from
> > menuconfig in uClibc 0.9.27:
> > UCLIBC_HAS_PRINTF_M_SPEC:
> > │
> > │ Answer Y to support a glibc extension to interpret '%m' in printf
> > │ format strings as an instruction to output the error message string
> > │ (as generated by strerror) corresponding to the current value of
> > 'errno │
> > │ Most people will answer N.
> But uclibc support register_printf_function().
> If add to busybox autoconfigure for check "%m" or not,
> we can use this code (tested):
I seldom manage to understand what you're actually saying, but I are you
suggesting busybox start using autoconf?
> >>>># kill 1234
> >>>>kill: 3: kill 1234: No such process
> >>Really to like you here this result?
> > Assuming your translator program meant something like "Do you really like
> > this result"? The answer is "I personally don't strongly care one way or
> > the other".
> Do you really like show the double "kill" word?
Not really, no.
If somebody else wants to check in a different change to that, fine. I've now
started a shell rewrite that I hope will obsolete this whole mess, but it'll
take a while...
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