>>>> Michael Sperber <sperber(a)deinprogramm.de>
> ?: "./src/s/freebsd.h"
> ?: "./src/s/netbsd.h"
Michael> But we can get those
from GNU Emacs.
The versions in GNU Emacs seems to be completely different files. Not
many #defines are the same if any. Not very likely that a substitution
will work. I don't think we have any regular netbsd nor freebsd user
that builds the system and no access to such a system to try out a
build anyway. So we are lost!?
IMHO, If we can't check that we are reasonably close to a working
system we should change the files to scream during configuration or
compilation that _this OS isn't supported at the moment_. In the
GPLv3|L8R release notes we could also declare what OSs have been
tested to build at the time of the switch. That will probably be Linux
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