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Re: [bug-gnulib] AC_HEADER_DIRENT

From: Bruno Haible
Subject: Re: [bug-gnulib] AC_HEADER_DIRENT
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 14:34:28 +0200
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Paul Eggert wrote:
> Gnulib still uses <ndir.h>.  How should we kill this off in general?
> The simplest thing is to simply omit all references to <ndir.h>, which
> is what I'm inclined to do unless someone speaks up.

<ndir.h> is obsolete. I agree with you.

Derek Price wrote:
> I believe Bruno said Windows had an <ndir.h>, which would imply that
> there was a readdir() that worked but returned a struct direct *. 

I didn't say this. <ndir.h> is firmly dead.

Jim Hyslop wrote:
> I have started the process of filing the copyright
> assignment forms.

Thanks! A 'dirent' replacement module that fills the gap on Woe32
will be appreciated.

Derek Price wrote:
> I'm not quite sure what will happen on a Windows system that can run
> configure like DJGPP.

DJGPP as a platform / compilation environment is very different from a
Win32 platform. It does have <dirent.h>; see


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