There were two separate issues here:
1.) #if/#else wasn't taken into account at all for maxsyscall figures, but
2.) We didn't validate contiguous syscall numbers anyways...
This kind of inconsistency is bad as we don't currently ensure explicit
indexing of, e.g., the sysent array if one syscall is unimplemented/missing.
This could be fixed and might be more robust, but it's also good to have the
"documentation" that comes from being explicit as to what the missing
The new version looks much like the awk version; stash off the current
'last highest syscall seen' if we hit an #if, restore to that if we hit an
#else, and make sure that we're explicitly always defining the next syscall.
The logic at the tail end of process_syscall_def that moves maxsyscall has
been 'cleaned up' a little since we're now ensuring that it's monotonically
increasing earlier in the function. At the moment I think it's unlikely we'd
see range-definitions that are not UNIMPL, but there's no reason to
specifically handle that case for bumping maxsyscall there.
This change was provoked by reading the commit message for rS363832 and
realizing that this validation hadn't been included in the initial rewrite