Jason Riedy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> If you're interested, I have a few patches in
> that let git compile with xlc on AIX and Sun's non-c99
> cc on Solaris.
I've taken a look at them. Thanks.
> + Replace C99 array initializers with code.
I presume this is to help older compilers?
> + Replace unsetenv() and setenv() with older putenv().
I wonder how buggy various implementations of
putenv("THIS_ENV_VAR") are to remove the variable.
> + Include sys/time.h in daemon.c.
> + Fix ?: statements.
I do not have much problem with these two.
> + Replace zero-length array decls with .
This I am ambivalent about. If we are just trying to help older
compilers (see your "array initializers" patch), we should be
doing C90 way of "array" and teach users to subtract 1 from
the allocate count. While I do not have much objection against
using C99 flexible array member notation, I wonder how people
find being able to compile with older compilers a major issue..
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