From: "Axel Dörfler" <axeld@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> > "Adi Oanca" <e2joseph@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > Then simply add that function. > > :-))) I know that you are serious, but I wont'de that. Somebody > > else is > > responsible. Plus I don't know if I can do it right. > > You just need to add the function prototype to the header, you don't > have to implement the function. Just take the same declaration as found > in the original BeOS header and you're done. > We are an open source project, if you miss something do something > against it (bother the one who is responsible, and if there is none, do > it yourself). Is there none? :-))) OK, I'll see what I can do. > > > We build against our own headers to ensure R5 compatibility. Also, > > > we > > > are targetting an independent build environment. > > How can we build, if we don't have basic functionality, like > > round() for > > example... > > Oh, how could we survive the last year without *THAT* function in our > headers? Who cares? Do you think I am the ONLY one who misses it? round() is a very popular function...you know... > > Didn't you guys said some time ago, that we'll use R5's > > libroot.so until > > ours is done? > > What do you mean by this? We use BeOS libraries when we link an R5 app, > we use our libraries when we build an OpenBeOS app, and we always use > our headers. Sorry! I wanted to say R5's POSIX headers. Adi.