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/* Copyright (C) 1991,92,93,95,96,97,98,99,2000,2001 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
   This file is part of the GNU C Library.

   The GNU C Library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
   modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
   License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
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   The GNU C Library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
   but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
   MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
   Lesser General Public License for more details.

   You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
   License along with the GNU C Library; if not, write to the Free
   Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA
   02111-1307 USA.  */

#ifndef     _FEATURES_H
#define     _FEATURES_H 1

/* For uClibc, always optimize for size -- this should disable
 * a lot of expensive inlining... */
#define __OPTIMIZE_SIZE__   1

/* These are defined by the user (or the compiler)
   to specify the desired environment:

   __STRICT_ANSI__      ISO Standard C.
   _ISOC99_SOURCE Extensions to ISO C89 from ISO C99.
   _POSIX_SOURCE  IEEE Std 1003.1.
   _POSIX_C_SOURCE      If ==1, like _POSIX_SOURCE; if >=2 add IEEE Std 1003.2;
                  if >=199309L, add IEEE Std 1003.1b-1993;
                  if >=199506L, add IEEE Std 1003.1c-1995
   _XOPEN_SOURCE  Includes POSIX and XPG things.  Set to 500 if
                  Single Unix conformance is wanted, to 600 for the
                  upcoming sixth revision.
   _XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED XPG things and X/Open Unix extensions.
   _LARGEFILE_SOURCE    Some more functions for correct standard I/O.
   _LARGEFILE64_SOURCE  Additional functionality from LFS for large files.
   _FILE_OFFSET_BITS=N  Select default filesystem interface.
   _BSD_SOURCE          ISO C, POSIX, and 4.3BSD things.
   _SVID_SOURCE         ISO C, POSIX, and SVID things.
   _GNU_SOURCE          All of the above, plus GNU extensions.
   _REENTRANT           Select additionally reentrant object.
   _THREAD_SAFE         Same as _REENTRANT, often used by other systems.

   The `-ansi' switch to the GNU C compiler defines __STRICT_ANSI__.
   If none of these are defined, the default is to have _SVID_SOURCE,
   _BSD_SOURCE, and _POSIX_SOURCE set to one and _POSIX_C_SOURCE set to
   199506L.  If more than one of these are defined, they accumulate.
   For example __STRICT_ANSI__, _POSIX_SOURCE and _POSIX_C_SOURCE
   together give you ISO C, 1003.1, and 1003.2, but nothing else.

   These are defined by this file and are used by the
   header files to decide what to declare or define:

   __USE_ISOC99         Define ISO C99 things.
   __USE_POSIX          Define IEEE Std 1003.1 things.
   __USE_POSIX2         Define IEEE Std 1003.2 things.
   __USE_POSIX199309    Define IEEE Std 1003.1, and .1b things.
   __USE_POSIX199506    Define IEEE Std 1003.1, .1b, .1c and .1i things.
   __USE_XOPEN          Define XPG things.
   __USE_XOPEN_EXTENDED Define X/Open Unix things.
   __USE_UNIX98         Define Single Unix V2 things.
   __USE_XOPEN2K        Define XPG6 things.
   __USE_LARGEFILE      Define correct standard I/O things.
   __USE_LARGEFILE64    Define LFS things with separate names.
   __USE_FILE_OFFSET64  Define 64bit interface as default.
   __USE_BSD            Define 4.3BSD things.
   __USE_SVID           Define SVID things.
   __USE_MISC           Define things common to BSD and System V Unix.
   __USE_GNU            Define GNU extensions.
   __USE_REENTRANT      Define reentrant/thread-safe *_r functions.
   __FAVOR_BSD          Favor 4.3BSD things in cases of conflict.

   The macros `__GNU_LIBRARY__', `__GLIBC__', and `__GLIBC_MINOR__' are
   defined by this file unconditionally.  `__GNU_LIBRARY__' is provided
   only for compatibility.  All new code should use the other symbols
   to test for features.

   All macros listed above as possibly being defined by this file are
   explicitly undefined if they are not explicitly defined.
   Feature-test macros that are not defined by the user or compiler
   but are implied by the other feature-test macros defined (or by the
   lack of any definitions) are defined by the file.  */

/* Undefine everything, so we get a clean slate.  */
#undef      __USE_ISOC99
#undef      __USE_POSIX
#undef      __USE_POSIX2
#undef      __USE_POSIX199309
#undef      __USE_POSIX199506
#undef      __USE_XOPEN
#undef      __USE_XOPEN_EXTENDED
#undef      __USE_UNIX98
#undef      __USE_XOPEN2K
#undef      __USE_LARGEFILE
#undef      __USE_LARGEFILE64
#undef      __USE_FILE_OFFSET64
#undef      __USE_BSD
#undef      __USE_SVID
#undef      __USE_MISC
#undef      __USE_GNU
#undef      __USE_REENTRANT
#undef      __FAVOR_BSD
#undef      __KERNEL_STRICT_NAMES

/* Suppress kernel-name space pollution unless user expressedly asks
   for it.  */
#ifndef _LOOSE_KERNEL_NAMES
# define __KERNEL_STRICT_NAMES
#endif

/* Always use ISO C things.  */
#define     __USE_ANSI  1


/* If _BSD_SOURCE was defined by the user, favor BSD over POSIX.  */
#if defined _BSD_SOURCE && \
    !(defined _POSIX_SOURCE || defined _POSIX_C_SOURCE || \
      defined _XOPEN_SOURCE || defined _XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED || \
      defined _GNU_SOURCE || defined _SVID_SOURCE)
# define __FAVOR_BSD    1
#endif

/* If _GNU_SOURCE was defined by the user, turn on all the other features.  */
#ifdef _GNU_SOURCE
# undef  _ISOC99_SOURCE
# define _ISOC99_SOURCE 1
# undef  _POSIX_SOURCE
# define _POSIX_SOURCE  1
# undef  _POSIX_C_SOURCE
# define _POSIX_C_SOURCE      199506L
# undef  _XOPEN_SOURCE
# define _XOPEN_SOURCE  600
# undef  _XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED
# define _XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED     1
# undef      _LARGEFILE64_SOURCE
# define _LARGEFILE64_SOURCE  1
# undef  _BSD_SOURCE
# define _BSD_SOURCE    1
# undef  _SVID_SOURCE
# define _SVID_SOURCE   1
#endif

/* If nothing (other than _GNU_SOURCE) is defined,
   define _BSD_SOURCE and _SVID_SOURCE.  */
#if (!defined __STRICT_ANSI__ && !defined _ISOC99_SOURCE && \
     !defined _POSIX_SOURCE && !defined _POSIX_C_SOURCE && \
     !defined _XOPEN_SOURCE && !defined _XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED && \
     !defined _BSD_SOURCE && !defined _SVID_SOURCE)
# define _BSD_SOURCE    1
# define _SVID_SOURCE   1
#endif

/* This is to enable the ISO C99 extension.  Also recognize the old macro
   which was used prior to the standard acceptance.  This macro will
   eventually go away and the features enabled by default once the ISO C99
   standard is widely adopted.  */
#if (defined _ISOC99_SOURCE || defined _ISOC9X_SOURCE \
     || (defined __STDC_VERSION__ && __STDC_VERSION__ >= 199901L))
# define __USE_ISOC99   1
#endif

/* If none of the ANSI/POSIX macros are defined, use POSIX.1 and POSIX.2
   (and IEEE Std 1003.1b-1993 unless _XOPEN_SOURCE is defined).  */
#if (!defined __STRICT_ANSI__ && !defined _POSIX_SOURCE && \
     !defined _POSIX_C_SOURCE)
# define _POSIX_SOURCE  1
# if defined _XOPEN_SOURCE && (_XOPEN_SOURCE - 0) < 500
#  define _POSIX_C_SOURCE     2
# else
#  define _POSIX_C_SOURCE     199506L
# endif
#endif

#if defined _POSIX_SOURCE || _POSIX_C_SOURCE >= 1 || defined _XOPEN_SOURCE
# define __USE_POSIX    1
#endif

#if defined _POSIX_C_SOURCE && _POSIX_C_SOURCE >= 2 || defined _XOPEN_SOURCE
# define __USE_POSIX2   1
#endif

#if (_POSIX_C_SOURCE - 0) >= 199309L
# define __USE_POSIX199309    1
#endif

#if (_POSIX_C_SOURCE - 0) >= 199506L
# define __USE_POSIX199506    1
#endif

#ifdef      _XOPEN_SOURCE
# define __USE_XOPEN    1
# if (_XOPEN_SOURCE - 0) >= 500
#  define __USE_XOPEN_EXTENDED      1
#  define __USE_UNIX98  1
#  undef _LARGEFILE_SOURCE
#  define _LARGEFILE_SOURCE   1
#  if (_XOPEN_SOURCE - 0) >= 600
#   define __USE_XOPEN2K      1
#   undef __USE_ISOC99
#   define __USE_ISOC99       1
#  endif
# else
#  ifdef _XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED
#   define __USE_XOPEN_EXTENDED     1
#  endif
# endif
#endif

#ifdef _LARGEFILE_SOURCE
# define __USE_LARGEFILE      1
#endif

#ifdef _LARGEFILE64_SOURCE
# define __USE_LARGEFILE64    1
#endif

#if defined _FILE_OFFSET_BITS && _FILE_OFFSET_BITS == 64
# define __USE_FILE_OFFSET64  1
#endif

#if defined _BSD_SOURCE || defined _SVID_SOURCE
# define __USE_MISC     1
#endif

#ifdef      _BSD_SOURCE
# define __USE_BSD      1
#endif

#ifdef      _SVID_SOURCE
# define __USE_SVID     1
#endif

#ifdef      _GNU_SOURCE
# define __USE_GNU      1
#endif

#if defined _REENTRANT || defined _THREAD_SAFE
# define __USE_REENTRANT      1
#endif

/* We do support the IEC 559 math functionality, real and complex.  */
#define __STDC_IEC_559__            1
#define __STDC_IEC_559_COMPLEX__    1

#ifdef __UCLIBC_HAS_WCHAR__
/* wchar_t uses ISO 10646-1 (2nd ed., published 2000-09-15) / Unicode 3.0.  */
#define __STDC_ISO_10646__          200009L
#endif

/* This macro indicates that the installed library is uClibc.  Use
 * __UCLIBC_MAJOR__ and __UCLIBC_MINOR__ to test for the features in
 * specific releases.  */
#define     __UCLIBC__        1

/* Load up the current set of uClibc supported features along
 * with the current uClibc major and minor version numbers.
 * For uClibc release 0.9.26, these numbers would be:
 *    #define     __UCLIBC_MAJOR__  0
 *    #define     __UCLIBC_MINOR__  9
 *    #define     __UCLIBC_SUBLEVEL__     26
 */
#define __need_uClibc_config_h
#include <bits/uClibc_config.h>
#undef __need_uClibc_config_h

/*  There is an unwholesomely huge amount of code out there that depends on the
 *  presence of GNU libc header files.  We have GNU libc header files.  So here
 *  we commit a horrible sin.  At this point, we _lie_ and claim to be GNU libc
 *  to make things like /usr/include/linux/socket.h and lots of apps work as
 *  their developers intended.  This is IMHO, pardonable, since these defines
 *  are not really intended to check for the presence of a particular library,
 *  but rather are used to define an _interface_.  */
#if !defined __FORCE_NOGLIBC && (!defined _LIBC || defined __FORCE_GLIBC)
#   define __GNU_LIBRARY__ 6
#   define __GLIBC__       2
#   define __GLIBC_MINOR__ 2
#endif

/* Convenience macros to test the versions of glibc and gcc.
   Use them like this:
   #if __GNUC_PREREQ (2,8)
   ... code requiring gcc 2.8 or later ...
   #endif
   Note - they won't work for gcc1 or glibc1, since the _MINOR macros
   were not defined then.  */
#if defined __GNUC__ && defined __GNUC_MINOR__
# define __GNUC_PREREQ(maj, min) \
      ((__GNUC__ << 16) + __GNUC_MINOR__ >= ((maj) << 16) + (min))
#else
# define __GNUC_PREREQ(maj, min) 0
#endif

#define __GLIBC_PREREQ(maj, min) \
      ((__GLIBC__ << 16) + __GLIBC_MINOR__ >= ((maj) << 16) + (min))

/* This is here only because every header file already includes this one.  */
#ifndef __ASSEMBLER__
#ifndef _SYS_CDEFS_H
# include <sys/cdefs.h>
#endif

/* If we don't have __REDIRECT, prototypes will be missing if
   __USE_FILE_OFFSET64 but not __USE_LARGEFILE[64]. */
# if defined __USE_FILE_OFFSET64 && !defined __REDIRECT
#  define __USE_LARGEFILE     1
#  define __USE_LARGEFILE64   1
# endif

#endif      /* !ASSEMBLER */

/* Decide whether we can define 'extern inline' functions in headers.  */
#if __GNUC_PREREQ (2, 7) && defined __OPTIMIZE__ \
    && !defined __OPTIMIZE_SIZE__ && !defined __NO_INLINE__
# define __USE_EXTERN_INLINES 1
#endif


/* Make sure users large file options agree with uClibc's configuration. */
#ifndef __UCLIBC_HAS_LFS__

/* If uClibc was built without large file support, output an error if
 * and 64-bit file offsets were requested, output an error.
 * NOTE: This is probably incorrect on a 64-bit arch... */
#ifdef __USE_FILE_OFFSET64
#error It appears you have defined _FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64.  Unfortunately, \
uClibc was built without large file support enabled.
#endif

/* If uClibc was built without large file support and _LARGEFILE64_SOURCE
 * is defined, undefine it. */
#if defined(_LARGEFILE64_SOURCE)
#undef _LARGEFILE64_SOURCE
#undef __USE_LARGEFILE64
#endif

/* If we're actually building uClibc with large file support,
 * define __USE_LARGEFILE64 and __USE_LARGEFILE. */
#elif defined(_LIBC)
#undef _LARGEFILE_SOURCE
#undef _LARGEFILE64_SOURCE
#undef _FILE_OFFSET_BITS
#undef __USE_LARGEFILE
#undef __USE_LARGEFILE64
#undef __USE_FILE_OFFSET64
#define _LARGEFILE_SOURCE       1
#define _LARGEFILE64_SOURCE     1
#define __USE_LARGEFILE         1
#define __USE_LARGEFILE64       1
#endif

/* Some nice features only work properly with ELF */
#if defined _LIBC 
#if defined __HAVE_ELF__
/* Define ALIASNAME as a weak alias for NAME. */
#  define weak_alias(name, aliasname) _weak_alias (name, aliasname)
#  define _weak_alias(name, aliasname) \
      extern __typeof (name) aliasname __attribute__ ((weak, alias (#name)));
/* Define ALIASNAME as a strong alias for NAME.  */
# define strong_alias(name, aliasname) _strong_alias(name, aliasname)
# define _strong_alias(name, aliasname) \
  extern __typeof (name) aliasname __attribute__ ((alias (#name)));
/* This comes between the return type and function name in
 *    a function definition to make that definition weak.  */
# define weak_function __attribute__ ((weak))
# define weak_const_function __attribute__ ((weak, __const__))
/* Tacking on "\n\t#" to the section name makes gcc put it's bogus
 * section attributes on what looks like a comment to the assembler. */
#  if defined(__cris__) 
#    define link_warning(symbol, msg)
#  else
#    define link_warning(symbol, msg)                                   \
      asm (".section "  ".gnu.warning." #symbol  "\n\t.previous");            \
          static const char __evoke_link_warning_##symbol[]             \
          __attribute__ ((unused, section (".gnu.warning." #symbol "\n\t#"))) = msg;
#endif
#else /* !defined __HAVE_ELF__ */
#  define strong_alias(name, aliasname) _strong_alias (name, aliasname)
#  define weak_alias(name, aliasname) _strong_alias (name, aliasname)
#  define _strong_alias(name, aliasname) \
      __asm__(".global " __C_SYMBOL_PREFIX__ #aliasname "\n" \
                ".set " __C_SYMBOL_PREFIX__ #aliasname "," __C_SYMBOL_PREFIX__ #name);
#  define link_warning(symbol, msg) \
      asm (".stabs \"" msg "\",30,0,0,0\n\t" \
            ".stabs \"" #symbol "\",1,0,0,0\n");
#endif

#ifndef weak_function
/* If we do not have the __attribute__ ((weak)) syntax, there is no way we
   can define functions as weak symbols.  The compiler will emit a `.globl'
   directive for the function symbol, and a `.weak' directive in addition
   will produce an error from the assembler.  */ 
# define weak_function          /* empty */
# define weak_const_function    /* empty */
#endif

/* On some platforms we can make internal function calls (i.e., calls of
   functions not exported) a bit faster by using a different calling
   convention.  */
#ifndef internal_function
# define internal_function      /* empty */
#endif

/* Prepare for the case that `__builtin_expect' is not available.  */
#if __GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ < 96
#define __builtin_expect(x, expected_value) (x)
#endif
#ifndef likely
# define likely(x)      __builtin_expect((!!(x)),1)
#endif
#ifndef unlikely
# define unlikely(x)    __builtin_expect((!!(x)),0)
#endif
#ifndef __LINUX_COMPILER_H
#define __LINUX_COMPILER_H
#endif
#ifndef __cast__
#define __cast__(_to)
#endif

/* Arrange to hide uClibc internals */
#if __GNUC_PREREQ (3, 3)
# define attribute_hidden __attribute__ ((visibility ("hidden")))
#else
# define attribute_hidden
#endif

/* Pull in things like __attribute_used__ */
#include <sys/cdefs.h>

/* --- this is added to integrate linuxthreads */
#define __USE_UNIX98            1

#endif /* _LIBC only stuff */

#ifndef __linux__
# define __linux__ 1
#endif

/* Disable __user, which shows up in 2.6.x include asm headers
 * that get pulled in by signal.h */
#define __user

#endif      /* features.h  */

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