[Pixman] [PATCH] Use stdint.h on OpenBSD

Soeren Sandmann sandmann at daimi.au.dk
Thu Aug 5 14:17:31 PDT 2010

Brad <brad at comstyle.com> writes:

> > > OpenBSD has had stdint.h for a long time now. Bug 29330.
> >
> > OpenBSD 3.8 is only four years old.  That doesn't seem like a long
> > time to me at all.
> >
> > Joonas
> Actually going on 5 years old. For us that is ancient. Completely unsupported.
> No one sane would try to build a modern software stack on top of such an old
> release, you'd have to build everything from source and run into lots of 
> issues plus its fully of security issues in base and ports/packages.

Is there any real reason to switch to stdint.h?

inttypes.h is part of C99 and required to include stdint.h, so it
doesn't seem like we'd actually gain anything by switching.


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