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PRs for tag 'headers'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for tag 'headers' as of 4-21-2014. GNATS has no finer-grained categorization than 'kern', 'bin', 'ports', and so forth. To augment this, the bugmeisters have adopted the convention of adding '[<tagname>]' to the Synopsis field. Consider this a prototype of a better search function.

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PRs for tag 'headers':
o2014/04/11kern/188455[headers] openssl bn.h generates error
o2014/04/06standards/188316standards[headers] Visibility of ntohl etc. and POSIX 2008
o2014/03/08standards/187378standards[headers] stdlib.h doesn't define W* macros (e.g. WEXITSTATUS)
o2014/02/22kern/186958[headers] Incorrect definitions for platform-dependent types and macros
o2014/02/10kern/186635[headers] tgmath.h issues, affecting freeswitch ports
o2013/12/21kern/185077[headers] [patch] Sync L_cuserid with MAXLOGNAME
o2013/12/11standards/184694standards[headers] gssapi.h does not define GSS_C_PRF_KEY_{FULL,PARTIAL}
o2013/09/28kern/182466[headers] [patch] make <resolv.h> self-contained
a2013/08/20kern/181439jilles[headers] sys/wait.h is not enough to use waitid(), but kind of should be.
o2013/07/18kern/180628[headers] Make 32-bit i386 compilation work properly on AMD64
o2013/04/17kern/177902[headers] [request] atomic.h - vital functions missing.
o2013/03/04kern/176628[headers] [patch] use safer way of definint __WORDSIZE
o2013/03/02kern/176603[headers] [patch] Remove redundant and duplicate #include.
o2013/02/20kern/176300[headers] __CTASSERT() missing from <sys/cdefs.h>
o2012/10/12kern/172632[headers] [patch] Unused structure in netconfig.h
o2012/10/06kern/172390[headers] __res_state_ext missing from system headers
o2012/01/31kern/164656[headers] [patch] Add size_t declaration to ucontext.h of 10-CURRENT
o2011/11/29kern/162952[headers] Problems including netinet/tcp_var.h
o2011/08/29kern/160294[headers] [patch] missing cast in "/usr/include/assert.h" v 1.4 2002/03/23 17:24:53
o2011/08/19kern/159916[headers] stdarg.h doesn't have a lint version of va_copy
p2011/06/28kern/158398geom[headers] [patch] <geom/geom.h> includes <sys/sbuf.h> gratuitously
o2011/04/25kern/156637[headers] [patch] sys/types.h can't be included when _XOPEN_SOURCE is defined
o2011/03/10kern/155429[headers] including malloc.h should not abort compile.
o2010/08/25kern/149960[headers] syntax error /usr/include/machine/endian.h
a2010/07/27kern/149012gavin[headers] [patch] please replace '#include <sys/stdint.h>' with '#include <stdint.h>'
o2009/10/07kern/139403[headers] absense of AUE_NULL
o2009/07/01kern/136216[headers] Missing prototype declaration for setfib() on RELENG_7
o2009/05/24misc/134920[headers] [patch] Large upgrades from source cause compile errors
o2009/04/13kern/133710[headers] net/bpf.h and netgraph/ng_message.h should include sys/ioccom.h
o2008/09/25kern/127623[headers] header definition for cftime is missing.
o2007/10/25kern/117510[headers] [patch] sys/cdefs.h lacks support for PCC
o2007/06/02kern/113256[headers] _limits.h for some CPU has wrong definitions of __UCHAR_MAX and __USHRT_MAX
o2005/08/16kern/84981[headers] [patch] header protection for <sys/syscall.h>
o2002/10/22standards/44365standards[headers] [patch] [request] introduce ulong and unchar types
s1999/08/23kern/13326[headers] [patch] additional timespecs interfaces for <sys/time.h>
35 problems total.

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Further work requires additional information from the originator or the community - possibly confirmation of the effectiveness of a proposed solution.
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A patch has been committed, but some issues (MFC and / or confirmation from originator) are still open.
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The resolution of the problem report is dependent on a repocopy operation within the CVS repository which is awaiting completion.
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The problem is not being worked on, due to lack of information or resources. This is a prime candidate for somebody who is looking for a project to do. If the problem cannot be solved at all, it will be closed, rather than suspended.
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