Allowing SYSV shared memory to allocated more than 2GB
dillon at apollo.backplane.com
Sun May 1 11:28:59 PDT 2011
No, I don't think type-munging for compatibility will work. We should
stick to the proper types.
The ultimate solution to this sort of thing, e.g. for sysctls, would be
to pass data in and out using ascii strings, but doing so would probably
break a lot of pkgsrc and require us to implement dragonfly-specific
ports instead of snarfing off the other BSD's ABIs.
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