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authorMike Barcroft <mike@FreeBSD.org>2002-08-23 16:49:06 +0000
committerMike Barcroft <mike@FreeBSD.org>2002-08-23 16:49:06 +0000
commitbd8e0716d91cb8b715ba2d2e1b340e4308a25fd9 (patch)
treee3c9129aee1cdf5fcda7ca2632c4f5aacdcbcdc9 /sys/sparc64/include/_types.h
parent3a48fb1bf779a6a116d69936fc99f1f76bca9f9d (diff)
Move several MI types from <machine/_types.h> to <sys/_types.h>.
These types are unlikely to ever become very MD. They include: clockid_t, ct_rune_t, fflags_t, intrmask_t, mbstate_t, off_t, pid_t, rune_t, socklen_t, timer_t, wchar_t, and wint_t. While moving them, make a few adjustments (submitted by bde): o __ct_rune_t needs to be precisely `int', not necessarily __int32_t, since the arg type of the ctype functions is int. o __rune_t, __wchar_t and __wint_t inherit this via a typedef of __ct_rune_t. o Some minor wording changes in the comment blocks for ct_rune_t and mbstate_t. Submitted by: bde (partially)
Notes: svn path=/head/; revision=102315
Diffstat (limited to 'sys/sparc64/include/_types.h')
1 files changed, 0 insertions, 37 deletions
diff --git a/sys/sparc64/include/_types.h b/sys/sparc64/include/_types.h
index 0e6d6ae595d6..d30c9484d8d0 100644
--- a/sys/sparc64/include/_types.h
+++ b/sys/sparc64/include/_types.h
@@ -55,13 +55,10 @@ typedef unsigned long __uint64_t;
* Standard type definitions.
typedef __int32_t __clock_t; /* clock()... */
-typedef __int32_t __clockid_t; /* clock_gettime()... */
typedef __int64_t __critical_t;
-typedef __uint32_t __fflags_t; /* file flags */
typedef __int64_t __intfptr_t;
typedef __int64_t __intmax_t;
typedef __int64_t __intptr_t;
-typedef __uint32_t __intrmask_t;
typedef __int32_t __int_fast8_t;
typedef __int32_t __int_fast16_t;
typedef __int32_t __int_fast32_t;
@@ -70,16 +67,12 @@ typedef __int8_t __int_least8_t;
typedef __int16_t __int_least16_t;
typedef __int32_t __int_least32_t;
typedef __int64_t __int_least64_t;
-typedef __int64_t __off_t; /* file offset */
-typedef __int32_t __pid_t; /* process [group] */
typedef __int64_t __ptrdiff_t; /* ptr1 - ptr2 */
typedef __int64_t __register_t;
typedef __int64_t __segsz_t; /* segment size (in pages) */
typedef __uint64_t __size_t; /* sizeof() */
-typedef __uint32_t __socklen_t;
typedef __int64_t __ssize_t; /* byte count or error */
typedef __int32_t __time_t; /* time()... */
-typedef __int32_t __timer_t; /* timer_gettime()... */
typedef __uint64_t __uintfptr_t;
typedef __uint64_t __uintmax_t;
typedef __uint64_t __uintptr_t;
@@ -100,36 +93,6 @@ typedef __uint64_t __vm_size_t;
* Unusual type definitions.
- * The rune type above is declared to be an ``int'' instead of the more natural
- * ``unsigned long'' or ``long''. Two things are happening here. It is not
- * unsigned so that EOF (-1) can be naturally assigned to it and used. Also,
- * it looks like 10646 will be a 31 bit standard. This means that if your
- * ints cannot hold 32 bits, you will be in trouble. The reason an int was
- * chosen over a long is that the is*() and to*() routines take ints (says
- * ANSI C), but they use __ct_rune_t instead of int. By changing it here, you
- * lose a bit of ANSI conformance, but your programs will still work.
- *
- * NOTE: rune_t is not covered by ANSI nor other standards, and should not
- * be instantiated outside of lib/libc/locale. Use wchar_t. wchar_t and
- * rune_t must be the same type. Also wint_t must be no narrower than
- * wchar_t, and should also be able to hold all members of the largest
- * character set plus one extra value (WEOF). wint_t must be at least 16 bits.
- */
-typedef __int32_t __ct_rune_t;
-typedef __int32_t __rune_t;
-typedef __int32_t __wchar_t;
-typedef __int32_t __wint_t;
- * mbstate_t is an opaque object to keep conversion state, during multibyte
- * stream conversions. The content must not be referenced by user programs.
- */
-typedef union {
- char __mbstate8[128];
- __int64_t _mbstateL; /* for alignment */
-} __mbstate_t;
#if defined(__GNUC__) && (__GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ > 95 || __GNUC__ >= 3)
typedef __builtin_va_list __va_list; /* internally known to gcc */