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Il 1/10/2014 5:00 AM, Paul Hargrove ha scritto:
> The following might be helpful:
> It seems to indicate that even if one does find a statfs() function,
> there are multiple os-dependent versions and it should therefore be
> avoided. Since statvfs() is defined by POSIX, it should be preferred.
> If I am not mistaken, reordering the #if logic in path.c to use *only*
> statvfs() when it is available (and *not* trying both as is done now)
> would resolve the problems I am seeing with NetBSD and Solaris WITHOUT
> any need to change the configure logic. However, if one does want to
> keep the current logic (or at least something similar) it looks like
> configure should not assume statfs() is available without *also*
> confirming that "struct statfs" is available.
statvfs() is available on CYGWIN,
so no issue to use it as default for me