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    • Thomas Jahns's avatar
      Check for POSIX.1-2001 conformance. · e9b6611f
      Thomas Jahns authored
      * Since write, mmap and a number of other functions are not part of
        ISO C (i.e. strictly conforming programs must not use those), we need
        to ensure the build environment provides POSIX conformance.
      * This mostly prevents unrelated bug reports later on.
      * From POSIX 2008, CDI unconditionally only uses getline and has a
        work-around in case that is missing.
      e9b6611f
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