this definitely has the potential to be a bikeshed topic, so some
justification is in order. most of the changes made fit into one of
the following categories:
1. alignment with text in posix, xsh 2.3
2. eliminating overly-specific text for shared error codes
3. making the message match more closely with the macro name
4. removing extraneous words
in particular, the EAGAIN/EWOULDBLOCK text is updated to match the
description of EAGAIN (which covers both uses) rather than saying the
operation would block, and ENOTSUP/EOPNOTSUPP is updated not to
the distinction between ENFILE/EMFILE has also been clarified; ENFILE
is aligned with the posix text, and EMFILE, which lacks concise posix
text matching any historic message, is updated to emphasize that the
exhausted resource is not open files/open file descriptions, but
rather the integer 'address space' of file descriptors.
some messages may be further tweaked based on feedback.