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Re: [PATCH] pcictl: simplify its usage
In message <20090604072326.198570%gmx.net@localhost>, "Christoph Egger" writes:
>(Resend, this time with the correct subject. I'm not subscribed
>on tech-userlevel, so I c&p the mail from the archive.)
>argv is passed through to getopt(). getopt() expects argv
>as char * const  or implicitely converts argv into this.
>I tried const char * but this results in a warning when argv
>is passed to getopt().
>So either we go the "char * const " way or leave it as is.
>All other variants of const'ification produce a warning.
I would say leave it as is. It is harmless to pass a non-const-qualified
type to a function expecting a const-qualified type. There is no actual
const qualification in the formal type of main, and I don't think we need
to add one.
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