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Some Hurd-related glibc patches
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branch: debian_2.13-11…

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Hurd signals: don't drop blocked ignored signals

Although POSIX tolerates the current approach, it is more consistent
to wait for ignored signals to be unblocked before we deliver them.

	* hurd/hurdsig.c (post_signal): Don't drop blocked ignored signals.
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abilist 2004-08-30 Roland McGrath <roland@frob.com>
aout Update to LGPL v2.1.
argp Add test case for last argp bug.
assert Use mmap for allocation of buffers used for __abort_msg
bits Synchronize generic bits/sched.h cpu_set_t with Linux implementation.
catgets Quash some new warnings from GCC 4.6.
conf (NEED_INETADDR, NEED_INETATON): Define to 1, not empty.
conform Fix getnameinfo flags parameter type.
crypt Add missing include.
csu Update copyright year.
ctype Remove redundant .gitignore files.
debug Fix quoting in some installed shell scripts
dirent Fix Linux getcwd for long paths
dlfcn Fix dlfcn/Makefile cleanup
elf Fix missing .ctors/.dtors lead word in soinit
gmon Remove redundant .gitignore files.
gnulib Remove redundant .gitignore files.
grp Fix handling of initgroups database.
gshadow
hesiod Fix lookup of group names in hesiod initgroups.
hurd Hurd signals: don't drop blocked ignored signals
iconv Optimize conversion of single character in gconv
iconvdata Fix crash in GB18030 encoder
include 2.14 release
inet Minimal cleanup in innetgr.
intl
io Quash some new warnings from GCC 4.6.
libidn Remove use of ranlib.
libio Set stream errors in more cases
locale Quash some new warnings from GCC 4.6.
localedata Fix handling of LC_CTYPE in locale name handling
login Remove shortcut for call of chown
mach Remove redundant .gitignore files.
malloc Fix quoting in some installed shell scripts
manual Use canonical FSF .texi files for LGPL and FDL texts.
math Fix whitespace
misc Quash some new warnings from GCC 4.6.
nis Quash some new warnings from GCC 4.6.
nptl Quash two memset undeclared warnings.
nptl_db Fix td_ta_map_lwp2thr logging and early sanity check.
nscd Fix handling of RES_USE_INET6 big in nscd
nss nss_db: Quash read implicit declaration warning
po Updated translation template file
posix Quash some new warnings from GCC 4.6.
pwd Remove redundant .gitignore files.
resolv Fix typo in recent resolver change which causes segvs
resource Remove redundant .gitignore files.
rt Fix <bits/mqueue2.h> for C++
scripts Whitespace fixes
setjmp setjmp/bits/setjmp2.h: Canonicalize comment formatting.
shadow
signal FIx up signal.h for XPG7.
socket Remove redundant .gitignore files.
soft-fp * soft-fp/double.h [_FP_W_TYPE_SIZE >= 64] (FP_UNPACK_SEMIRAW_D,
stdio-common Quash some new warnings from GCC 4.6.
stdlib S/390 longlong.h: Fix smul_ppmm with -m31 -mzarch
streams Moved to csu/errno-loc.c.
string Fix last change
sunrpc Quash some new warnings from GCC 4.6.
sysdeps Hurd signals: clear the pending mask in fork and spawn
sysvipc Remove redundant .gitignore files.
termios Fix up termios.h for XPG7.
time Remove doubled words.
timezone Update from tzcode2009i.
wcsmbs Fix visibility of declarations of wcpcpy and wcpncpy.
wctype Unify wint_t handling in wchar.h and wctype.h.
.gitattributes exempt timezone files from the no-bad-whitespace policy
.gitignore Ignore *.rej and *.orig files in git operations.
BUGS [BZ #5222]
CANCEL-FCT-WAIVE
CANCEL-FILE-WAIVE Update.
CONFORMANCE Update the conformance description.
COPYING Update.
COPYING.LIB 2002-08-26 Brian Youmans <3diff@gnu.org>
ChangeLog Fix build with multiarch disabled.
ChangeLog.1 * Makefile (distribute): Add ChangeLog.[0-9].
ChangeLog.10 Update.
ChangeLog.11
ChangeLog.12 (CFLAGS-tst-align.c): Add -mpreferred-stack-boundary=4.
ChangeLog.13 Update.
ChangeLog.14
ChangeLog.15 Split out ChangeLog.15 at 2.3 branch point
ChangeLog.16 Fix encoding errors in ChangeLogs
ChangeLog.17 Revert "Sun agreed to a change of the license for the RPC code to a B…
ChangeLog.2 * Makefile (distribute): Add ChangeLog.[0-9].
ChangeLog.3 * Makefile (distribute): Add ChangeLog.[0-9].
ChangeLog.4 * Makefile (distribute): Add ChangeLog.[0-9].
ChangeLog.5 * sysdeps/posix/getaddrinfo.c: Implement configuration file
ChangeLog.6 Update.
ChangeLog.7 Update.
ChangeLog.8 Update. Old logs are in ChangeLog.7.
ChangeLog.9
FAQ Remove reference to my mips page.
FAQ.in Remove reference to my mips page.
INSTALL Remove specific binutils version recommendation in INSTALL file.
LICENSES Update the LICENSES file.
Makeconfig Install db-Makefile
Makefile Quash some new warnings from GCC 4.6.
Makefile.in ..
Makerules Better detect total failure of linker script generation.
NAMESPACE Add and update many more entries.
NEWS Fix quoting in some installed shell scripts
NOTES * Makefile (format-me): Use --plaintext --no-number-sections.
PROJECTS Update.
README Some updates to the README file
README.libm [BZ #2526, BZ #3138, BZ #3143]
Rules Add support for generated PIE link rules
Versions.def Hurd signals: use GLIBC_2.13_DEBIAN_11 for now
WUR-REPORT * stdio-common/tstdiomisc.c (F): Use NAN to get NaN value.
abi-tags * abi-tags (*-.*-syllable.*): New match, with ABI value 5.
aclocal.m4 Remove use of ranlib.
config.h.in Remove `.ctors' and `.dtors' output sections
config.make.in Remove the --experimental-malloc option
configure Remove the --experimental-malloc option
configure.in Remove the --experimental-malloc option
cppflags-iterator.mk
extra-lib.mk * extra-lib.mk (object-suffixes-$(lib)): Add .oS when
extra-modules.mk Update.
libc-abis A few more archs have IFUNC support.
o-iterator.mk Fri Mar 17 12:58:37 1995 Roland McGrath <roland@churchy.gnu.ai.mit.edu>
shlib-versions Reenable nss_db with a completely new implementation
test-skeleton.c Improve test-skeleton.c to clean up after dead parent.
tls.make.c [BZ #2510, BZ #2830, BZ #3137, BZ #3313, BZ #3426, BZ #3465, BZ #3480…
version.h OOps, wrong version number for development version

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