|Subject:||RE: groff 1.20 on Interix (all_source)|
|Date:||Wed, 24 Jun 2009 15:29:36 +0000|
The autoconf tests are run without the #define of _ALL_SOURCE so they get a different view of if things are declared or not. This is a common problem with autoconf.|
If you can foist the _ALL_SOURCE into the autoconf runs of the compiler, then maybe more success.
> Date: Wed, 24 Jun 2009 14:59:54 +0200
> To: address@hidden
> CC: address@hidden
> Subject: Re: groff 1.20 on Interix (all_source)
> From: address@hidden
> > It would be nice to just:
> > #if defined(__INTERIX) && !defined(_ALL_SOURCE)
> > #define _ALL_SOURCE
> > #endif
> Indeed, this seems to be the right solution.
> > in lib.h, but that invites clashing declarations like:
> > /src/groff-1.20/src/include/lib.h:120: error: declaration of C function `int
> > strncasecmp(const char*, const char*, int)' conflicts with
> > /usr/include/strings.h:68: error: previous declaration `int strncasecmp(const
> > char*, const char*, unsigned int)' here
> > and similar for putenv.
> How comes? There is an explicit autoconf test which controls the
> NEED_DECLARATION_STRNCASECMP and NEED_DECLARATION_PUTENV macros.
> Maybe the GROFF_NEED_DECLARATION macro in m4/groff.m4 is broken for
> your platform. Can you check config.log, please? Your patches fix
> the symptoms but not the cause :-)
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