Re: [PATCH 2/2] Define ENONAMESERVICE and ENAMEUNKNOWN to indicate name service errors

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> Define ENONAMESERVICE to indicate "Network name service unavailable".  This can
> be used to indicate, for example, that an attempt was made by dns_query() to
> make a query, but the name server (e.g. a DNS server) it is supposed to contact
> didn't answer or that it couldn't determine the location of a suitable server.

Are these in glibc and are there glibc patches submitted and accepted for
this ?

(I only ask because I know its previously taken years for glibc to catch
up with stuff)
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