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errlist.c

/* This file is generated from errno.texi by errlist.awk.  */

#include <errno.h>
#include <libintl.h>

#ifndef ERR_REMAP
# define ERR_REMAP(n) n
#endif

const char *const _sys_errlist_internal[] =
  {
    [0] = N_("Success"),
#ifdef EPERM
/*
TRANS Operation not permitted; only the owner of the file (or other resource)
TRANS or processes with special privileges can perform the operation. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EPERM)] = N_("Operation not permitted"),
# if EPERM > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EPERM
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOENT
/*
TRANS No such file or directory.  This is a ``file doesn't exist'' error
TRANS for ordinary files that are referenced in contexts where they are
TRANS expected to already exist. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOENT)] = N_("No such file or directory"),
# if ENOENT > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOENT
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ESRCH
/*
TRANS No process matches the specified process ID. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ESRCH)] = N_("No such process"),
# if ESRCH > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ESRCH
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EINTR
/*
TRANS Interrupted function call; an asynchronous signal occurred and prevented
TRANS completion of the call.  When this happens, you should try the call
TRANS again.
TRANS 
TRANS You can choose to have functions resume after a signal that is handled,
TRANS rather than failing with @code{EINTR}; see @ref{Interrupted
TRANS Primitives}. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EINTR)] = N_("Interrupted system call"),
# if EINTR > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EINTR
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EIO
/*
TRANS Input/output error; usually used for physical read or write errors. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EIO)] = N_("Input/output error"),
# if EIO > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EIO
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENXIO
/*
TRANS No such device or address.  The system tried to use the device
TRANS represented by a file you specified, and it couldn't find the device.
TRANS This can mean that the device file was installed incorrectly, or that
TRANS the physical device is missing or not correctly attached to the
TRANS computer. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENXIO)] = N_("No such device or address"),
# if ENXIO > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENXIO
# endif
#endif
#ifdef E2BIG
/*
TRANS Argument list too long; used when the arguments passed to a new program
TRANS being executed with one of the @code{exec} functions (@pxref{Executing a
TRANS File}) occupy too much memory space.  This condition never arises in the
TRANS GNU system. */
    [ERR_REMAP (E2BIG)] = N_("Argument list too long"),
# if E2BIG > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX E2BIG
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOEXEC
/*
TRANS Invalid executable file format.  This condition is detected by the
TRANS @code{exec} functions; see @ref{Executing a File}. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOEXEC)] = N_("Exec format error"),
# if ENOEXEC > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOEXEC
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EBADF
/*
TRANS Bad file descriptor; for example, I/O on a descriptor that has been
TRANS closed or reading from a descriptor open only for writing (or vice
TRANS versa). */
    [ERR_REMAP (EBADF)] = N_("Bad file descriptor"),
# if EBADF > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EBADF
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ECHILD
/*
TRANS There are no child processes.  This error happens on operations that are
TRANS supposed to manipulate child processes, when there aren't any processes
TRANS to manipulate. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ECHILD)] = N_("No child processes"),
# if ECHILD > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ECHILD
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EDEADLK
/*
TRANS Deadlock avoided; allocating a system resource would have resulted in a
TRANS deadlock situation.  The system does not guarantee that it will notice
TRANS all such situations.  This error means you got lucky and the system
TRANS noticed; it might just hang.  @xref{File Locks}, for an example. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EDEADLK)] = N_("Resource deadlock avoided"),
# if EDEADLK > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EDEADLK
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOMEM
/*
TRANS No memory available.  The system cannot allocate more virtual memory
TRANS because its capacity is full. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOMEM)] = N_("Cannot allocate memory"),
# if ENOMEM > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOMEM
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EACCES
/*
TRANS Permission denied; the file permissions do not allow the attempted operation. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EACCES)] = N_("Permission denied"),
# if EACCES > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EACCES
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EFAULT
/*
TRANS Bad address; an invalid pointer was detected.
TRANS In the GNU system, this error never happens; you get a signal instead. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EFAULT)] = N_("Bad address"),
# if EFAULT > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EFAULT
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOTBLK
/*
TRANS A file that isn't a block special file was given in a situation that
TRANS requires one.  For example, trying to mount an ordinary file as a file
TRANS system in Unix gives this error. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOTBLK)] = N_("Block device required"),
# if ENOTBLK > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOTBLK
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EBUSY
/*
TRANS Resource busy; a system resource that can't be shared is already in use.
TRANS For example, if you try to delete a file that is the root of a currently
TRANS mounted filesystem, you get this error. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EBUSY)] = N_("Device or resource busy"),
# if EBUSY > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EBUSY
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EEXIST
/*
TRANS File exists; an existing file was specified in a context where it only
TRANS makes sense to specify a new file. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EEXIST)] = N_("File exists"),
# if EEXIST > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EEXIST
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EXDEV
/*
TRANS An attempt to make an improper link across file systems was detected.
TRANS This happens not only when you use @code{link} (@pxref{Hard Links}) but
TRANS also when you rename a file with @code{rename} (@pxref{Renaming Files}). */
    [ERR_REMAP (EXDEV)] = N_("Invalid cross-device link"),
# if EXDEV > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EXDEV
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENODEV
/*
TRANS The wrong type of device was given to a function that expects a
TRANS particular sort of device. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENODEV)] = N_("No such device"),
# if ENODEV > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENODEV
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOTDIR
/*
TRANS A file that isn't a directory was specified when a directory is required. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOTDIR)] = N_("Not a directory"),
# if ENOTDIR > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOTDIR
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EISDIR
/*
TRANS File is a directory; you cannot open a directory for writing,
TRANS or create or remove hard links to it. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EISDIR)] = N_("Is a directory"),
# if EISDIR > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EISDIR
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EINVAL
/*
TRANS Invalid argument.  This is used to indicate various kinds of problems
TRANS with passing the wrong argument to a library function. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EINVAL)] = N_("Invalid argument"),
# if EINVAL > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EINVAL
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EMFILE
/*
TRANS The current process has too many files open and can't open any more.
TRANS Duplicate descriptors do count toward this limit.
TRANS 
TRANS In BSD and GNU, the number of open files is controlled by a resource
TRANS limit that can usually be increased.  If you get this error, you might
TRANS want to increase the @code{RLIMIT_NOFILE} limit or make it unlimited;
TRANS @pxref{Limits on Resources}. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EMFILE)] = N_("Too many open files"),
# if EMFILE > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EMFILE
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENFILE
/*
TRANS There are too many distinct file openings in the entire system.  Note
TRANS that any number of linked channels count as just one file opening; see
TRANS @ref{Linked Channels}.  This error never occurs in the GNU system. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENFILE)] = N_("Too many open files in system"),
# if ENFILE > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENFILE
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOTTY
/*
TRANS Inappropriate I/O control operation, such as trying to set terminal
TRANS modes on an ordinary file. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOTTY)] = N_("Inappropriate ioctl for device"),
# if ENOTTY > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOTTY
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ETXTBSY
/*
TRANS An attempt to execute a file that is currently open for writing, or
TRANS write to a file that is currently being executed.  Often using a
TRANS debugger to run a program is considered having it open for writing and
TRANS will cause this error.  (The name stands for ``text file busy''.)  This
TRANS is not an error in the GNU system; the text is copied as necessary. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ETXTBSY)] = N_("Text file busy"),
# if ETXTBSY > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ETXTBSY
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EFBIG
/*
TRANS File too big; the size of a file would be larger than allowed by the system. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EFBIG)] = N_("File too large"),
# if EFBIG > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EFBIG
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOSPC
/*
TRANS No space left on device; write operation on a file failed because the
TRANS disk is full. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOSPC)] = N_("No space left on device"),
# if ENOSPC > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOSPC
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ESPIPE
/*
TRANS Invalid seek operation (such as on a pipe). */
    [ERR_REMAP (ESPIPE)] = N_("Illegal seek"),
# if ESPIPE > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ESPIPE
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EROFS
/*
TRANS An attempt was made to modify something on a read-only file system. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EROFS)] = N_("Read-only file system"),
# if EROFS > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EROFS
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EMLINK
/*
TRANS Too many links; the link count of a single file would become too large.
TRANS @code{rename} can cause this error if the file being renamed already has
TRANS as many links as it can take (@pxref{Renaming Files}). */
    [ERR_REMAP (EMLINK)] = N_("Too many links"),
# if EMLINK > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EMLINK
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EPIPE
/*
TRANS Broken pipe; there is no process reading from the other end of a pipe.
TRANS Every library function that returns this error code also generates a
TRANS @code{SIGPIPE} signal; this signal terminates the program if not handled
TRANS or blocked.  Thus, your program will never actually see @code{EPIPE}
TRANS unless it has handled or blocked @code{SIGPIPE}. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EPIPE)] = N_("Broken pipe"),
# if EPIPE > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EPIPE
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EDOM
/*
TRANS Domain error; used by mathematical functions when an argument value does
TRANS not fall into the domain over which the function is defined. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EDOM)] = N_("Numerical argument out of domain"),
# if EDOM > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EDOM
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ERANGE
/*
TRANS Range error; used by mathematical functions when the result value is
TRANS not representable because of overflow or underflow. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ERANGE)] = N_("Numerical result out of range"),
# if ERANGE > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ERANGE
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EAGAIN
/*
TRANS Resource temporarily unavailable; the call might work if you try again
TRANS later.  The macro @code{EWOULDBLOCK} is another name for @code{EAGAIN};
TRANS they are always the same in the GNU C library.
TRANS 
TRANS This error can happen in a few different situations:
TRANS 
TRANS @itemize @bullet
TRANS @item
TRANS An operation that would block was attempted on an object that has
TRANS non-blocking mode selected.  Trying the same operation again will block
TRANS until some external condition makes it possible to read, write, or
TRANS connect (whatever the operation).  You can use @code{select} to find out
TRANS when the operation will be possible; @pxref{Waiting for I/O}.
TRANS 
TRANS @strong{Portability Note:} In many older Unix systems, this condition
TRANS was indicated by @code{EWOULDBLOCK}, which was a distinct error code
TRANS different from @code{EAGAIN}.  To make your program portable, you should
TRANS check for both codes and treat them the same.
TRANS 
TRANS @item
TRANS A temporary resource shortage made an operation impossible.  @code{fork}
TRANS can return this error.  It indicates that the shortage is expected to
TRANS pass, so your program can try the call again later and it may succeed.
TRANS It is probably a good idea to delay for a few seconds before trying it
TRANS again, to allow time for other processes to release scarce resources.
TRANS Such shortages are usually fairly serious and affect the whole system,
TRANS so usually an interactive program should report the error to the user
TRANS and return to its command loop.
TRANS @end itemize */
    [ERR_REMAP (EAGAIN)] = N_("Resource temporarily unavailable"),
# if EAGAIN > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EAGAIN
# endif
#endif
#if defined (EWOULDBLOCK) && EWOULDBLOCK != EAGAIN
/*
TRANS In the GNU C library, this is another name for @code{EAGAIN} (above).
TRANS The values are always the same, on every operating system.
TRANS 
TRANS C libraries in many older Unix systems have @code{EWOULDBLOCK} as a
TRANS separate error code. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EWOULDBLOCK)] = N_("Operation would block"),
# if EWOULDBLOCK > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EWOULDBLOCK
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EINPROGRESS
/*
TRANS An operation that cannot complete immediately was initiated on an object
TRANS that has non-blocking mode selected.  Some functions that must always
TRANS block (such as @code{connect}; @pxref{Connecting}) never return
TRANS @code{EAGAIN}.  Instead, they return @code{EINPROGRESS} to indicate that
TRANS the operation has begun and will take some time.  Attempts to manipulate
TRANS the object before the call completes return @code{EALREADY}.  You can
TRANS use the @code{select} function to find out when the pending operation
TRANS has completed; @pxref{Waiting for I/O}. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EINPROGRESS)] = N_("Operation now in progress"),
# if EINPROGRESS > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EINPROGRESS
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EALREADY
/*
TRANS An operation is already in progress on an object that has non-blocking
TRANS mode selected. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EALREADY)] = N_("Operation already in progress"),
# if EALREADY > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EALREADY
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOTSOCK
/*
TRANS A file that isn't a socket was specified when a socket is required. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOTSOCK)] = N_("Socket operation on non-socket"),
# if ENOTSOCK > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOTSOCK
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EMSGSIZE
/*
TRANS The size of a message sent on a socket was larger than the supported
TRANS maximum size. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EMSGSIZE)] = N_("Message too long"),
# if EMSGSIZE > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EMSGSIZE
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EPROTOTYPE
/*
TRANS The socket type does not support the requested communications protocol. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EPROTOTYPE)] = N_("Protocol wrong type for socket"),
# if EPROTOTYPE > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EPROTOTYPE
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOPROTOOPT
/*
TRANS You specified a socket option that doesn't make sense for the
TRANS particular protocol being used by the socket.  @xref{Socket Options}. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOPROTOOPT)] = N_("Protocol not available"),
# if ENOPROTOOPT > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOPROTOOPT
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EPROTONOSUPPORT
/*
TRANS The socket domain does not support the requested communications protocol
TRANS (perhaps because the requested protocol is completely invalid).
TRANS @xref{Creating a Socket}. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EPROTONOSUPPORT)] = N_("Protocol not supported"),
# if EPROTONOSUPPORT > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EPROTONOSUPPORT
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ESOCKTNOSUPPORT
/*
TRANS The socket type is not supported. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ESOCKTNOSUPPORT)] = N_("Socket type not supported"),
# if ESOCKTNOSUPPORT > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ESOCKTNOSUPPORT
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EOPNOTSUPP
/*
TRANS The operation you requested is not supported.  Some socket functions
TRANS don't make sense for all types of sockets, and others may not be
TRANS implemented for all communications protocols.  In the GNU system, this
TRANS error can happen for many calls when the object does not support the
TRANS particular operation; it is a generic indication that the server knows
TRANS nothing to do for that call. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EOPNOTSUPP)] = N_("Operation not supported"),
# if EOPNOTSUPP > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EOPNOTSUPP
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EPFNOSUPPORT
/*
TRANS The socket communications protocol family you requested is not supported. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EPFNOSUPPORT)] = N_("Protocol family not supported"),
# if EPFNOSUPPORT > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EPFNOSUPPORT
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EAFNOSUPPORT
/*
TRANS The address family specified for a socket is not supported; it is
TRANS inconsistent with the protocol being used on the socket.  @xref{Sockets}. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EAFNOSUPPORT)] = N_("Address family not supported by protocol"),
# if EAFNOSUPPORT > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EAFNOSUPPORT
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EADDRINUSE
/*
TRANS The requested socket address is already in use.  @xref{Socket Addresses}. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EADDRINUSE)] = N_("Address already in use"),
# if EADDRINUSE > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EADDRINUSE
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EADDRNOTAVAIL
/*
TRANS The requested socket address is not available; for example, you tried
TRANS to give a socket a name that doesn't match the local host name.
TRANS @xref{Socket Addresses}. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EADDRNOTAVAIL)] = N_("Cannot assign requested address"),
# if EADDRNOTAVAIL > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EADDRNOTAVAIL
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENETDOWN
/*
TRANS A socket operation failed because the network was down. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENETDOWN)] = N_("Network is down"),
# if ENETDOWN > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENETDOWN
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENETUNREACH
/*
TRANS A socket operation failed because the subnet containing the remote host
TRANS was unreachable. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENETUNREACH)] = N_("Network is unreachable"),
# if ENETUNREACH > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENETUNREACH
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENETRESET
/*
TRANS A network connection was reset because the remote host crashed. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENETRESET)] = N_("Network dropped connection on reset"),
# if ENETRESET > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENETRESET
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ECONNABORTED
/*
TRANS A network connection was aborted locally. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ECONNABORTED)] = N_("Software caused connection abort"),
# if ECONNABORTED > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ECONNABORTED
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ECONNRESET
/*
TRANS A network connection was closed for reasons outside the control of the
TRANS local host, such as by the remote machine rebooting or an unrecoverable
TRANS protocol violation. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ECONNRESET)] = N_("Connection reset by peer"),
# if ECONNRESET > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ECONNRESET
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOBUFS
/*
TRANS The kernel's buffers for I/O operations are all in use.  In GNU, this
TRANS error is always synonymous with @code{ENOMEM}; you may get one or the
TRANS other from network operations. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOBUFS)] = N_("No buffer space available"),
# if ENOBUFS > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOBUFS
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EISCONN
/*
TRANS You tried to connect a socket that is already connected.
TRANS @xref{Connecting}. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EISCONN)] = N_("Transport endpoint is already connected"),
# if EISCONN > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EISCONN
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOTCONN
/*
TRANS The socket is not connected to anything.  You get this error when you
TRANS try to transmit data over a socket, without first specifying a
TRANS destination for the data.  For a connectionless socket (for datagram
TRANS protocols, such as UDP), you get @code{EDESTADDRREQ} instead. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOTCONN)] = N_("Transport endpoint is not connected"),
# if ENOTCONN > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOTCONN
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EDESTADDRREQ
/*
TRANS No default destination address was set for the socket.  You get this
TRANS error when you try to transmit data over a connectionless socket,
TRANS without first specifying a destination for the data with @code{connect}. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EDESTADDRREQ)] = N_("Destination address required"),
# if EDESTADDRREQ > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EDESTADDRREQ
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ESHUTDOWN
/*
TRANS The socket has already been shut down. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ESHUTDOWN)] = N_("Cannot send after transport endpoint shutdown"),
# if ESHUTDOWN > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ESHUTDOWN
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ETOOMANYREFS
/*
TRANS ??? */
    [ERR_REMAP (ETOOMANYREFS)] = N_("Too many references: cannot splice"),
# if ETOOMANYREFS > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ETOOMANYREFS
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ETIMEDOUT
/*
TRANS A socket operation with a specified timeout received no response during
TRANS the timeout period. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ETIMEDOUT)] = N_("Connection timed out"),
# if ETIMEDOUT > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ETIMEDOUT
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ECONNREFUSED
/*
TRANS A remote host refused to allow the network connection (typically because
TRANS it is not running the requested service). */
    [ERR_REMAP (ECONNREFUSED)] = N_("Connection refused"),
# if ECONNREFUSED > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ECONNREFUSED
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ELOOP
/*
TRANS Too many levels of symbolic links were encountered in looking up a file name.
TRANS This often indicates a cycle of symbolic links. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ELOOP)] = N_("Too many levels of symbolic links"),
# if ELOOP > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ELOOP
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENAMETOOLONG
/*
TRANS Filename too long (longer than @code{PATH_MAX}; @pxref{Limits for
TRANS Files}) or host name too long (in @code{gethostname} or
TRANS @code{sethostname}; @pxref{Host Identification}). */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENAMETOOLONG)] = N_("File name too long"),
# if ENAMETOOLONG > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENAMETOOLONG
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EHOSTDOWN
/*
TRANS The remote host for a requested network connection is down. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EHOSTDOWN)] = N_("Host is down"),
# if EHOSTDOWN > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EHOSTDOWN
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EHOSTUNREACH
/*
TRANS The remote host for a requested network connection is not reachable. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EHOSTUNREACH)] = N_("No route to host"),
# if EHOSTUNREACH > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EHOSTUNREACH
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOTEMPTY
/*
TRANS Directory not empty, where an empty directory was expected.  Typically,
TRANS this error occurs when you are trying to delete a directory. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOTEMPTY)] = N_("Directory not empty"),
# if ENOTEMPTY > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOTEMPTY
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EPROCLIM
/*
TRANS This means that the per-user limit on new process would be exceeded by
TRANS an attempted @code{fork}.  @xref{Limits on Resources}, for details on
TRANS the @code{RLIMIT_NPROC} limit. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EPROCLIM)] = N_("Too many processes"),
# if EPROCLIM > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EPROCLIM
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EUSERS
/*
TRANS The file quota system is confused because there are too many users.
TRANS @c This can probably happen in a GNU system when using NFS. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EUSERS)] = N_("Too many users"),
# if EUSERS > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EUSERS
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EDQUOT
/*
TRANS The user's disk quota was exceeded. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EDQUOT)] = N_("Disk quota exceeded"),
# if EDQUOT > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EDQUOT
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ESTALE
/*
TRANS Stale NFS file handle.  This indicates an internal confusion in the NFS
TRANS system which is due to file system rearrangements on the server host.
TRANS Repairing this condition usually requires unmounting and remounting
TRANS the NFS file system on the local host. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ESTALE)] = N_("Stale NFS file handle"),
# if ESTALE > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ESTALE
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EREMOTE
/*
TRANS An attempt was made to NFS-mount a remote file system with a file name that
TRANS already specifies an NFS-mounted file.
TRANS (This is an error on some operating systems, but we expect it to work
TRANS properly on the GNU system, making this error code impossible.) */
    [ERR_REMAP (EREMOTE)] = N_("Object is remote"),
# if EREMOTE > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EREMOTE
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EBADRPC
/*
TRANS ??? */
    [ERR_REMAP (EBADRPC)] = N_("RPC struct is bad"),
# if EBADRPC > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EBADRPC
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ERPCMISMATCH
/*
TRANS ??? */
    [ERR_REMAP (ERPCMISMATCH)] = N_("RPC version wrong"),
# if ERPCMISMATCH > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ERPCMISMATCH
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EPROGUNAVAIL
/*
TRANS ??? */
    [ERR_REMAP (EPROGUNAVAIL)] = N_("RPC program not available"),
# if EPROGUNAVAIL > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EPROGUNAVAIL
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EPROGMISMATCH
/*
TRANS ??? */
    [ERR_REMAP (EPROGMISMATCH)] = N_("RPC program version wrong"),
# if EPROGMISMATCH > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EPROGMISMATCH
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EPROCUNAVAIL
/*
TRANS ??? */
    [ERR_REMAP (EPROCUNAVAIL)] = N_("RPC bad procedure for program"),
# if EPROCUNAVAIL > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EPROCUNAVAIL
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOLCK
/*
TRANS No locks available.  This is used by the file locking facilities; see
TRANS @ref{File Locks}.  This error is never generated by the GNU system, but
TRANS it can result from an operation to an NFS server running another
TRANS operating system. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOLCK)] = N_("No locks available"),
# if ENOLCK > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOLCK
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EFTYPE
/*
TRANS Inappropriate file type or format.  The file was the wrong type for the
TRANS operation, or a data file had the wrong format.
TRANS 
TRANS On some systems @code{chmod} returns this error if you try to set the
TRANS sticky bit on a non-directory file; @pxref{Setting Permissions}. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EFTYPE)] = N_("Inappropriate file type or format"),
# if EFTYPE > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EFTYPE
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EAUTH
/*
TRANS ??? */
    [ERR_REMAP (EAUTH)] = N_("Authentication error"),
# if EAUTH > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EAUTH
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENEEDAUTH
/*
TRANS ??? */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENEEDAUTH)] = N_("Need authenticator"),
# if ENEEDAUTH > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENEEDAUTH
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOSYS
/*
TRANS Function not implemented.  This indicates that the function called is
TRANS not implemented at all, either in the C library itself or in the
TRANS operating system.  When you get this error, you can be sure that this
TRANS particular function will always fail with @code{ENOSYS} unless you
TRANS install a new version of the C library or the operating system. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOSYS)] = N_("Function not implemented"),
# if ENOSYS > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOSYS
# endif
#endif
#if defined (ENOTSUP) && ENOTSUP != EOPNOTSUPP
/*
TRANS Not supported.  A function returns this error when certain parameter
TRANS values are valid, but the functionality they request is not available.
TRANS This can mean that the function does not implement a particular command
TRANS or option value or flag bit at all.  For functions that operate on some
TRANS object given in a parameter, such as a file descriptor or a port, it
TRANS might instead mean that only @emph{that specific object} (file
TRANS descriptor, port, etc.) is unable to support the other parameters given;
TRANS different file descriptors might support different ranges of parameter
TRANS values.
TRANS 
TRANS If the entire function is not available at all in the implementation,
TRANS it returns @code{ENOSYS} instead. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOTSUP)] = N_("Not supported"),
# if ENOTSUP > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOTSUP
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EILSEQ
/*
TRANS While decoding a multibyte character the function came along an invalid
TRANS or an incomplete sequence of bytes or the given wide character is invalid. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EILSEQ)] = N_("Invalid or incomplete multibyte or wide character"),
# if EILSEQ > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EILSEQ
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EBACKGROUND
/*
TRANS In the GNU system, servers supporting the @code{term} protocol return
TRANS this error for certain operations when the caller is not in the
TRANS foreground process group of the terminal.  Users do not usually see this
TRANS error because functions such as @code{read} and @code{write} translate
TRANS it into a @code{SIGTTIN} or @code{SIGTTOU} signal.  @xref{Job Control},
TRANS for information on process groups and these signals. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EBACKGROUND)] = N_("Inappropriate operation for background process"),
# if EBACKGROUND > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EBACKGROUND
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EDIED
/*
TRANS In the GNU system, opening a file returns this error when the file is
TRANS translated by a program and the translator program dies while starting
TRANS up, before it has connected to the file. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EDIED)] = N_("Translator died"),
# if EDIED > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EDIED
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ED
/*
TRANS The experienced user will know what is wrong.
TRANS @c This error code is a joke.  Its perror text is part of the joke.
TRANS @c Don't change it. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ED)] = N_("?"),
# if ED > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ED
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EGREGIOUS
/*
TRANS You did @strong{what}? */
    [ERR_REMAP (EGREGIOUS)] = N_("You really blew it this time"),
# if EGREGIOUS > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EGREGIOUS
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EIEIO
/*
TRANS Go home and have a glass of warm, dairy-fresh milk. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EIEIO)] = N_("Computer bought the farm"),
# if EIEIO > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EIEIO
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EGRATUITOUS
/*
TRANS This error code has no purpose. */
    [ERR_REMAP (EGRATUITOUS)] = N_("Gratuitous error"),
# if EGRATUITOUS > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EGRATUITOUS
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EBADMSG
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EBADMSG)] = N_("Bad message"),
# if EBADMSG > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EBADMSG
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EIDRM
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EIDRM)] = N_("Identifier removed"),
# if EIDRM > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EIDRM
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EMULTIHOP
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EMULTIHOP)] = N_("Multihop attempted"),
# if EMULTIHOP > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EMULTIHOP
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENODATA
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENODATA)] = N_("No data available"),
# if ENODATA > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENODATA
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOLINK
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOLINK)] = N_("Link has been severed"),
# if ENOLINK > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOLINK
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOMSG
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOMSG)] = N_("No message of desired type"),
# if ENOMSG > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOMSG
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOSR
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOSR)] = N_("Out of streams resources"),
# if ENOSR > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOSR
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOSTR
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOSTR)] = N_("Device not a stream"),
# if ENOSTR > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOSTR
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EOVERFLOW
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EOVERFLOW)] = N_("Value too large for defined data type"),
# if EOVERFLOW > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EOVERFLOW
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EPROTO
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EPROTO)] = N_("Protocol error"),
# if EPROTO > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EPROTO
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ETIME
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ETIME)] = N_("Timer expired"),
# if ETIME > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ETIME
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ECANCELED
/*
TRANS Operation canceled; an asynchronous operation was canceled before it
TRANS completed.  @xref{Asynchronous I/O}.  When you call @code{aio_cancel},
TRANS the normal result is for the operations affected to complete with this
TRANS error; @pxref{Cancel AIO Operations}. */
    [ERR_REMAP (ECANCELED)] = N_("Operation canceled"),
# if ECANCELED > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ECANCELED
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ERESTART
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ERESTART)] = N_("Interrupted system call should be restarted"),
# if ERESTART > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ERESTART
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ECHRNG
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ECHRNG)] = N_("Channel number out of range"),
# if ECHRNG > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ECHRNG
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EL2NSYNC
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EL2NSYNC)] = N_("Level 2 not synchronized"),
# if EL2NSYNC > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EL2NSYNC
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EL3HLT
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EL3HLT)] = N_("Level 3 halted"),
# if EL3HLT > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EL3HLT
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EL3RST
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EL3RST)] = N_("Level 3 reset"),
# if EL3RST > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EL3RST
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ELNRNG
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ELNRNG)] = N_("Link number out of range"),
# if ELNRNG > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ELNRNG
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EUNATCH
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EUNATCH)] = N_("Protocol driver not attached"),
# if EUNATCH > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EUNATCH
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOCSI
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOCSI)] = N_("No CSI structure available"),
# if ENOCSI > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOCSI
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EL2HLT
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EL2HLT)] = N_("Level 2 halted"),
# if EL2HLT > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EL2HLT
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EBADE
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EBADE)] = N_("Invalid exchange"),
# if EBADE > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EBADE
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EBADR
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EBADR)] = N_("Invalid request descriptor"),
# if EBADR > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EBADR
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EXFULL
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EXFULL)] = N_("Exchange full"),
# if EXFULL > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EXFULL
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOANO
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOANO)] = N_("No anode"),
# if ENOANO > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOANO
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EBADRQC
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EBADRQC)] = N_("Invalid request code"),
# if EBADRQC > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EBADRQC
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EBADSLT
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EBADSLT)] = N_("Invalid slot"),
# if EBADSLT > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EBADSLT
# endif
#endif
#if defined (EDEADLOCK) && EDEADLOCK != EDEADLK
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EDEADLOCK)] = N_("File locking deadlock error"),
# if EDEADLOCK > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EDEADLOCK
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EBFONT
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EBFONT)] = N_("Bad font file format"),
# if EBFONT > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EBFONT
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENONET
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENONET)] = N_("Machine is not on the network"),
# if ENONET > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENONET
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOPKG
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOPKG)] = N_("Package not installed"),
# if ENOPKG > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOPKG
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EADV
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EADV)] = N_("Advertise error"),
# if EADV > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EADV
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ESRMNT
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ESRMNT)] = N_("Srmount error"),
# if ESRMNT > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ESRMNT
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ECOMM
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ECOMM)] = N_("Communication error on send"),
# if ECOMM > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ECOMM
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EDOTDOT
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EDOTDOT)] = N_("RFS specific error"),
# if EDOTDOT > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EDOTDOT
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOTUNIQ
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOTUNIQ)] = N_("Name not unique on network"),
# if ENOTUNIQ > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOTUNIQ
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EBADFD
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EBADFD)] = N_("File descriptor in bad state"),
# if EBADFD > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EBADFD
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EREMCHG
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EREMCHG)] = N_("Remote address changed"),
# if EREMCHG > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EREMCHG
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ELIBACC
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ELIBACC)] = N_("Can not access a needed shared library"),
# if ELIBACC > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ELIBACC
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ELIBBAD
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ELIBBAD)] = N_("Accessing a corrupted shared library"),
# if ELIBBAD > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ELIBBAD
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ELIBSCN
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ELIBSCN)] = N_(".lib section in a.out corrupted"),
# if ELIBSCN > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ELIBSCN
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ELIBMAX
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ELIBMAX)] = N_("Attempting to link in too many shared libraries"),
# if ELIBMAX > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ELIBMAX
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ELIBEXEC
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ELIBEXEC)] = N_("Cannot exec a shared library directly"),
# if ELIBEXEC > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ELIBEXEC
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ESTRPIPE
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ESTRPIPE)] = N_("Streams pipe error"),
# if ESTRPIPE > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ESTRPIPE
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EUCLEAN
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EUCLEAN)] = N_("Structure needs cleaning"),
# if EUCLEAN > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EUCLEAN
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOTNAM
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOTNAM)] = N_("Not a XENIX named type file"),
# if ENOTNAM > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOTNAM
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENAVAIL
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENAVAIL)] = N_("No XENIX semaphores available"),
# if ENAVAIL > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENAVAIL
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EISNAM
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EISNAM)] = N_("Is a named type file"),
# if EISNAM > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EISNAM
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EREMOTEIO
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EREMOTEIO)] = N_("Remote I/O error"),
# if EREMOTEIO > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EREMOTEIO
# endif
#endif
#ifdef ENOMEDIUM
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (ENOMEDIUM)] = N_("No medium found"),
# if ENOMEDIUM > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX ENOMEDIUM
# endif
#endif
#ifdef EMEDIUMTYPE
/* */
    [ERR_REMAP (EMEDIUMTYPE)] = N_("Wrong medium type"),
# if EMEDIUMTYPE > ERR_MAX
# undef ERR_MAX
# define ERR_MAX EMEDIUMTYPE
# endif
#endif
  };

const int _sys_nerr_internal
  = sizeof _sys_errlist_internal / sizeof _sys_errlist_internal [0];

#if !defined NOT_IN_libc && !ERRLIST_NO_COMPAT
# include <errlist-compat.c>
#endif

#ifdef EMIT_ERR_MAX
void dummy (void)
{ asm volatile (" @@@ %0 @@@ " : : "i" (ERR_REMAP (ERR_MAX))); }
#endif

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