Author azanella
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Date 2018-04-22.18:26:41
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One option would be to create a list of possible defined signals and check if the signal is on the list.  For realtime signals, it just a matter to check if SIGRTMIN <= signal <= SIGRTMAX.

The glibc defined signals can be checked at tst-signal.c [1] or from main signal(7).  It should cover usual ISO C, POSIX, and some linux arch-specific signals, but you will still need to check if other OS defined extra signals uses elsewhere (another option would to add this check only for Linux/glibc).

[1] https://sourceware.org/git/?p=glibc.git;a=blob;f=signal/tst-sigset.c;h=a2b764de5ad66ee960c94ec18df75a07fce4b9a6;hb=HEAD
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