Provides a test to determine the correct way to call getservbyname_r:
- defines HAVE_FUNC_GETSERVBYNAME_R_6 if it needs 6 arguments (e.g linux) - defines HAVE_FUNC_GETSERVBYNAME_R_5 if it needs 5 arguments (e.g. solaris) - defines HAVE_FUNC_GETSERVBYNAME_R_4 if it needs 4 arguments (e.g. osf/1)
An example use can be found at http://raf.org/autoconf/net_getservbyname.c
Based on Caolan McNamara’s gethostbyname_r macro. Based on David Arnold’s autoconf suggestion in the threads faq.
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