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Re: NetBSD's funopen (libc) seemingly the cause of "pkg audit -F" segfault

On 14.11.2016 19:07, John Marino wrote:
> On 11/14/2016 11:50, John Marino wrote:
>> On 11/14/2016 11:29, Martin Husemann wrote:
>>> On Mon, Nov 14, 2016 at 10:57:09AM -0600, John Marino wrote:
>>>> I don't understand how funopen could return this memory location(value
>>>> of "remote" variable in log).  It seems that the result should only be
>>>> NULL or a valid pointer to a FILE.
>>> Typical cause: you don't have a prototype for funopen() in scope and the
>>> compiler assumes it would return int.
>> Thank you for an excellent suggestion, Martin.  In fact it seems to be
>> on target.
>> I rebuilt the package to capture the build log and it complains that
>> funopen is implicitly declared along with vasprintf.  However, line 73
>> is "#include <stdio.h>"
>> I guess there is some kind of visibility macro causing the preprocessor
>> to filter it out.  You put me on the right path.
> To follow up, _NETBSD_SOURCE had to be defined before including stdio.h.
>  Once that is done, the fetching works as expected.
> Thanks!
> John
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Usually it's better to not define _POSIX_SOURCE or similar, with the
same effect.

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