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Author njs
Recipients asvetlov, malin, methane, ned.deily, njs, paul.moore, skn78, steve.dower, thatiparthy, tim.golden, tjguk, zach.ware
Date 2018-02-05.08:46:55
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I definitely don't think we should get into the game of trying to guess which flags are supported at runtime and only exposing those. It's not as simple as keeping a table of OS versions -- which would be hard enough to get right -- but on Linux you can have things like vendor backports of features to old versions, or a new kernel that happens to have had a particular feature configured out of it. (For example, AFAIK some major cloud providers still use kernels that have had IPv6 support removed entirely.)
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