On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 4:26 PM, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:

>>> Perhaps the real issue is that the header file does not give an
>>> equivalent "those who want to take the address of strcasecmp will
>>> get the address of _stricmp instead" macro, e.g.
>>>         #define strcasecmp _stricmp
>>> or something?
>> Now it's you who puzzles me, because the header file *does* have
>> exactly the macro that you suggest.
> Then why does your platform have problem with the code that takes
> the address of strcasecmp and stores it in the variable?  It is not
> me, but your platform that is puzzling us.
> There is something else going on, like you do not have that #define
> "enabled" under some condition, or something silly like that.

Exactly. That define is only enabled if __NO_INLINE__ is defined.
Which is what my patch is all about: Define __NO_INLINE__ so that we
get "#define strcasecmp _stricmp".

Sebastian Schuberth
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