Subject: Re: Why is using "inline" as a variable name a parse error for our compiler?
To: David Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Greg A. Woods <email@example.com>
Date: 07/18/1995 11:43:31
[ On Tue, July 18, 1995 at 01:40:27 (-0400), David Jones wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: Why is using "inline" as a variable name a parse error for our compiler?
> > Well yes. NetBSD's cc is basically gcc, and in gcc "inline" is a
> > language keyword. Renaming the variable is perhaps the most obvious
> > fix. I don't know whether any include files use inline (if they do,
> > they should be changed to use __inline instead, because of exactly this
> > sort of thing); you might be able to compile with -Dinline=xinline or
> > some such, to rename the array.
> What about using either -ansi or -ansi -pedantic?
> I think -ansi disables most of the GNU extensions.
Using -traditional certainly should. (And it should still work equally
well with most NetBSD code too, right guys? 0.0 ;-))
Greg A. Woods
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