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gcc with openssl on Solaris and NetBSD complains about prototypes
The actual problem I am trying to solve is using gcc from pkgsrc on
Solaris/sparc 10 with OpenSSL from pkgsrc to build a program.
On NetBSD/i386 3.0, the program builds fine with the native OpenSSL but
both on Solaris and NetBSD I see errors/warnings as soon as I use OpenSSL
/opt/pkg/include/openssl/ui.h:220: warning: function declaration isn't
The function prototype in question is almost perfect, but it has a function
pointer "void (*f)()" as a parameter and the missing void in "()" breaks gcc.
I have reduced the problem to the following short piece of code:
$ uname -sr
$ gcc -Werror -Wstrict-prototypes -c foo.c -o foo.o
$ cp -pr /usr/include/openssl .
$ gcc -I. -Werror -Wstrict-prototypes -c foo.c -o foo.o
In file included from foo.c:1:
openssl/ui.h:220: warning: function declaration isn't a prototype
Why does this happen as soon as I use header files from a location other
than /usr/include? The missing "void" is never there but the error only
shows with the non-standard include path.
What am I missing here?
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