Subject: Re: how to correct compiler warning "implicit declaration of function ..."
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Henry Nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/29/2001 20:16:14
> > Keep getting from the compiler (egcs-1.1.1 on NetBSD1.4.2):
Sorry, my mistake. Actually, it is "NetBSD 1.4.3_ALPHA."
> > "warning: implicit declaration of function `strlcat'" (or `strlcpy')
> > The offending code looks like:
> > "strlcat(logformat, argv[i], sizeof(logformat));"
> > (or "strlcpy(statefn, optarg, sizeof(statefn));")
> > How would you tweak the code to avoid the warning? TIA
> strlcpy() and strlcat() first appeared in OpenBSD 2.4, then in
> NetBSD 1.4.3 and FreeBSD 3.3.0.
> If you upgrade your system, you don't have to do anything. Otherwise,
It's very stange. I have man pages for both strlcpy and strlcat, but I
don't see either of them in /usr/include/string.h. Unfortunately
1.4.3_ALPHA is the highest available version for the pc98 machine I am on.
Thanks anyway. It was a very good learning experience.