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Using "make update-copyrights" after setting GNULIB_PATH in my
Consistently returning the equivalent of pollfd.revents in a
portable manner was never worth the effort for us, as we use the
same ->event_step callback regardless of POLLIN/POLLOUT/POLLHUP.
Being a Perl, @events knows it size and we don't have to return
a maximum index for the caller to iterate on.
We can also avoid redundant integer coercion ("+0") since we
ensure everything is an IV in other places.
Finally, vec() is preferable to ("\0" x $size) for resizing
buffers because it only needs to write the extended portion
and not overwrite the entire buffer.
I didn't wait until September to do it, this year!
On Linux systems with epoll support, we don't want to be
clobbering defined subs in the t/ds-poll.t test; so use
OO ->method dispatch instead and require users to explicitly
import subs via EXPORT_OK.
At least the subset of epoll we use. EPOLLET might be
difficult to emulate if we end up using it.