[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #1390] Use id_t type for {get,set}priority()

Peter Avalos via Redmine bugtracker-admin at leaf.dragonflybsd.org
Sun Mar 10 09:15:22 PDT 2013

Issue #1390 has been updated by pavalos.

Standards say it should be an id_t, so I'd say this is a valid issue.
Bug #1390: Use id_t type for {get,set}priority()

Author: Beket
Status: Feedback
Priority: Normal
Assignee: Beket
Target version: 


Both get- and set-priority() functions take a `who' argument that may refer to 
process ID, group ID or a user ID depending on the situation. The id_t type,
which is already available in our src tree, guarantees that it's large enough to
hold pid, gid, etc.

The attached patch replaces `int' with `id_t' wherever appropriate. I have done
a build{world,kernel} and install{world,kernel} and I don't broke anything. Plus
some test cases I have, continue to pass.

If anyone objects to this patch speak now or forever hold your peace!


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