[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index][Old Index]
Re: rpcgen with env variable CPP set to "cc -E"
On Sat, Jan 12, 2008 at 04:18:39PM +0100, Anthony Mallet wrote:
> | Does anything other than bsd.rpc.mk use $CPP? From what I see the
> | Linux rpcgen uses a -Y option instead, so compatibility probably isn't
> | a big concern. (And, naturally, neither behavior is documented. Sigh.)
> The -Y sets a path to CPP, not the CPP itself; it's supported on NetBSD
> too. It's documented in the usage(), but not in the man page.
Ugh. I must have looked straight through it.
> | The path of least resistance might be to just change what rpcgen looks
> | for, lame though this would be.
> Yes, that's boring.
> Are you working on this? I saw you commited a sizeof(char)==1.
> Otherwise I can provide a small diff.
I've hacked rpcgen in the past, but no, that was just something I
noticed while passing through. Diff away, I guess.
But I'm wondering if it would be better to pass the lot to system() or
sh -c instead of reimplementing arg splitting yet again. Or just use
popen() instead of forking explicitly.
David A. Holland
Main Index |
Thread Index |