Package: libc6-dev
Version: 2.28-8
Severity: serious


The crypt.3 manpage, state that _XOPEN_SOURCE should be define for
crypt() to be available.

But it looks that it's currently the opposite, if _XOPEN_SOURCE is
defined, the function cannot be found.

This actually looks like a regression compared to stretch.

Laurent Bigonville

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