mingw.h defines a preprocessor macro main(), so that it can wrap the
original function and hoook into initialization.
The real main() function can have different types of its second
parameter (char**, const char**, char*). It is not easy to match
the type and gcc issues a const warning. My patch fixes that.
There were solutions for the same issue published (, ), but
none of them appeared in junio/pu. This new solution should be more
future proof, as it modifies only compat/mingw.h; the *.c files can
have any of the types mentioned above.
I promise to take care of the integration into msysGit if this patch
gets accepted. To make it easier, I'm submitting a patch that has
been part of msysGit for 3 years.
Karsten Blees (1):
Win32: move main macro to a function
Stepan Kasal (1):
mingw: avoid const warning
compat/mingw.c | 15 +++++++++++++++
compat/mingw.h | 17 ++++++-----------
2 files changed, 21 insertions(+), 11 deletions(-)
 a hack to fix the warning, by Pat Thoyts, in msysGit since
18.104.22.168.msysgit.0 (Dec 2013):
 more elgant fix:
From: Marat Radchenko <ma...@slonopotamus.org>
Date: Tue, 29 Apr 2014 13:12:02 +0400
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