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* MFC r275805:tijl2015-04-301-2/+2
| | | | | | | | | | | | | Fix incorrect type of "invalids" argument in __iconv() prototype. MFC r281550,281591: Remove the const qualifier from iconv(3) to comply with POSIX: Adjust all code that calls iconv. PR: 199099
* MFC r258537, r258587:gjb2013-11-291-0/+2
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | r258537 (hrs): Add ICONV_{GET,SET}_ILSEQ_INVALID iconvctl. GNU iconv returns EILSEQ when there is an invalid character in the output codeset while it is valid in the input. However, POSIX requires iconv() to perform an implementation-defined conversion on the character. So, Citrus iconv converts such a character to a special character which means it is invalid in the output codeset. This is not a problem in most cases but some software like libxml2 depends on GNU's behavior to determine if a character is output as-is or another form such as a character entity (&#NNN;). r258587 (peter): Move the iconv wrapper source from libc_nonshared to libc/iconv so that it is all in the one place again. Rename libc/iconv/iconv.c to bsd_iconv.c. Compile the wrappers into libc.a so that WITHOUT_DYNAMICROOT works again. Approved by: re (kib) Sponsored by: The FreeBSD Foundation
* MFC r258283 - move iconv* symbols out of namespace withpeter2013-11-201-6/+1
| | | | | | compatibility symbols to aid transition for existing 10.x installs. Approved by: re (kib)
* MFC r257583, r258012, r258013:gjb2013-11-161-19/+0
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | r257583 (peter): Remove the WITH_LIBICONV_COMPAT hack that seems to do more harm than good. This caused libc to spoof the ports libiconv namespace and provide a colliding to fool rtld. This should have been removed some time ago. r258012: Remove WITH_LIBICONV_COMPAT file to chase after r257583. r258013: Regenerate src.conf.5 after removal of WITH_LIBICONV_COMPAT. Approved by: re (kib) Sponsored by: The FreeBSD Foundation Sponsored by: The FreeBSD Foundation
* Fix the namespace pollution caused by iconv.h including stdbool.htheraven2013-09-061-2/+8
| | | | | This broke any C89 ports that defined bool themselves, including things like gcc, gtk, and so on.
* The iconv in libc did two things - implement the standard APIs, the GNUpeter2013-08-131-15/+26
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | extensions and also tried to be link time compatible with ports libiconv. This splits that functionality and enables the parts that shouldn't interfere with the port by default. WITH_ICONV (now on by default) - adds iconv.h, iconv_open(3) etc. WITH_LIBICONV_COMPAT (off by default) adds the libiconv_open etc API, linker symbols and even a stub that are good enough to be able to 'pkg delete -f libiconv' on a running system and reasonably expect it to work. I have tortured many machines over the last few days to try and reduce the possibilities of foot-shooting as much as I can. I've successfully recompiled to enable and disable the libiconv_compat modes, ports that use libiconv alongside system iconv etc. If you don't enable the WITH_LIBICONV_COMPAT switch, they don't share symbol space. This is an extension of behavior on other system. iconv(3) is a standard libc interface and libiconv port expects to be able to run alongside it on systems that have it. Bumped osreldate.
* Replace the #define for "iconv" so it is for the function name instead ofpeter2013-07-031-3/+3
| | | | | | a macro with parameters. Remove a __DECONST hack and add consts instead for gnu libiconv API compatability. This makes it work with things like devel/boost-libs that expects to use "iconv" as though it were a pointer.
* Add the BSD-licensed Citrus iconv to the base system with default offgabor2011-02-251-0/+138
setting. It can be built by setting the WITH_ICONV knob. While this knob is unset, the library part, the binaries, the header file and the metadata files will not be built or installed so it makes no impact on the system if left turned off. This work is based on the iconv implementation in NetBSD but a great number of improvements and feature additions have been included: - Some utilities have been added. There is a conversion table generator, which can compare conversion tables to reference data generated by GNU libiconv. This helps ensuring conversion compatibility. - UTF-16 surrogate support and some endianness issues have been fixed. - The rather chaotic Makefiles to build metadata have been refactored and cleaned up, now it is easy to read and it is also easier to add support for new encodings. - A bunch of new encodings and encoding aliases have been added. - Support for 1->2, 1->3 and 1->4 mappings, which is needed for transliterating with flying accents as GNU does, like "u. - Lots of warnings have been fixed, the major part of the code is now WARNS=6 clean. - New section 1 and section 5 manual pages have been added. - Some GNU-specific calls have been implemented: iconvlist(), iconvctl(), iconv_canonicalize(), iconv_open_into() - Support for GNU's //IGNORE suffix has been added. - The "-" argument for stdin is now recognized in iconv(1) as per POSIX. - The Big5 conversion module has been fixed. - The iconv.h header files is supposed to be compatible with the GNU version, i.e. sources should build with base iconv.h and GNU libiconv. It also includes a macro magic to deal with the char ** and const char ** incompatibility. - GNU compatibility: "" or "char" means the current local encoding in use - Various cleanups and style(9) fixes. Approved by: delphij (mentor) Obtained from: The NetBSD Project Sponsored by: Google Summer of Code 2009
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