IRC, OFTC, #debian-hurd, 2012-07-14

<pinotree> eeek, usleep has the issues which i fixed in nanosleep
<bdefreese> pinotree: ?
* pinotree ponders a `mv sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/usleep.c
<pinotree> s/mv/cp/
<bdefreese> What the heck is the point of usleep(0) anyway?  Isn't that
  basically saying suspend for 0 milliseconds?
<youpi> it's rounded up by the kernel I guess
<youpi> i.e. suspend for the shortest time possible (a clock tick)
<pinotree> posix 2001 says that «If the value of useconds is 0, then the
  call has no effect.»