As Michael Smith wrote:
> > Is it *currently* accompanied by unprotoize(1)?
> Probably. Unprotoize is required for bootstrapping gcc on platforms with
> non-ANSI C compilers; this should be obvious.
I don't think so. :) It would become a chicken-and-egg problem then...
protoize and unprotoize use the undocumented -aux-info switch of gcc
in order to obtain the function prototype information from the
``An undocumented feature is a bug.'' :) (Forgot the source, though.)
> > % man 1 unprotoize
> > No entry for unprotoize in section 1 of the manual
> FreeBSD obviously doesn't need unprotoize 8)
...nor have there ever been man pages for protoize and unprotoize
available. If the usage information doesn't get you on the way, it's
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