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patch #8025: Obsolete SIGRTMAX-n signal names

Submitted by:  Harald Hoyer <haraldhoyer>
Submitted on:  Fri Apr 19 05:59:32 2013  
Category: NonePriority: 5 - Normal
Status: NonePrivacy: Public
Assigned to: NoneOpen/Closed: Open

Fri Apr 19 05:59:32 2013, original submission:

Never ever address signals with SIGRTMAX-n. Signals should always be addressed with SIGRTMIN+n.
programs should never refer to real-time signals using hard-coded numbers, but instead should always refer to real-time signals using the notation SIGRTMIN+n

This patch makes the SIGRTMIN+n notation the default, but understands the old SIGRTMAX-n notation as well.

Harald Hoyer <haraldhoyer>


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    Fri Apr 19 05:59:32 2013haraldhoyerAttached File-=>Added 0001-Obsolete-SIGRTMAX-n-signal-names.patch, #27910

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