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libnih is roughly equivalent to other C libraries such as glib, except that its focus is on a small size and intended for applications that sit very low in the software stack, especially outside of /usr.
libnih is a light-weight "standard library" of C functions to ease the development of other libraries and applications. Its goals are: * despite its name, to _not_ reimplement anything found in the standard C library or any library normally found in /lib; * use standard C types and conventions where appropriate; * have a simple and consistent programming interface; * be useful to libra more»
2010-02-04 Scott James Remnant <email@example.com> * NEWS: Release 1.0.1 * nih/logging.c (__abort_msg): Make a weak symbol reference. (nih_log_abort_message): Check whether __abort_msg has an address before saving. * nih/tests/test_logging.c (__abort_msg): Make a weak symbol reference. (test_log_message): Skip __abort_msg tests if there is no address for it. 2010-02-03 Scott James Re more»
libnih was written by Scott James Remnant <firstname.lastname@example.org>. A complete list of contributors to the code can be obtained from the ChangeLog file. Many thanks to them all.
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