gnu99 now used for userland compiling


Sascha Wildner set most of userland to compile with the gnu99 standard (though gnu89 is still used for contrib/ and some other parts).  What’s this mean?  Userland code now can match the ISO C99 standard, along with the GNU extensions that go with it.

(I missed this when it actually happened.  Sorry!)

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