>>> solution for now. >> >> No, that's what's actually wrong. tcpstates has to be static to honor the >> intent of the original author. If you want to do something extern then the >> actual tcpstates should go into tcp_debug.c. However, this is slightly less >> flexible in that the way it is now each source file can include this array >> simply by defining TCPSTATES (independent of TCPDEBUG as an option). > > It should go int tcp_input.c if any because that's the only file that > always needs it now. If you do not have TCP there will be no > tcp_input and TCPDEBUG will make no sense but there can be a tcp_input > without TCPDEBUG/tcp_debug. > > It has been used with the extern in netipx since 1995. > > It is exposed to user space so moving it out of the header will break > things. > > If you have any other better short term solution to not break anything > I am happy but I could not see one. > > As said, I am not happy with the extern either.
All of these statements seem to cancel each other out or are incorrec. I consider the subject closed as it is compiling a universe run right now. _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/cvs-all To unsubscribe, send any mail to "email@example.com"