Bug about UNIX_PATH_MAX in the manpage of Unix(7)

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File: /usr/share/man/man7/unix.7.gz
Version: 3.25-1
System: debian testing


Hi,
  Manpage of Unix(7) says:

---------------------------------
|    SYNOPSIS
|           #include <sys/socket.h>
|           #include <sys/un.h>
(../..)
|    DESCRIPTION
(../..)
|
|       Address Format
| A Unix domain socket address is represented in the following structure:
|
|               #define UNIX_PATH_MAX    108
|
|               struct sockaddr_un {
|                   sa_family_t sun_family;               /* AF_UNIX */
|                   char        sun_path[UNIX_PATH_MAX];  /* pathname */
|               };
---------------------------------


However, UNIX_PATH_MAX is not defined in the mentioned include <sys/un.h>.
In fact, these definitions come from <linux/un.h>.

There is a confusion between the two includes (sys/un.h and linux/un.h).

Maybe they should be merged, but today it is not the case... :-(

Regards,
Christophe

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