Gregory Stark <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> IIRC there's something odd about the scope of the declared struct label.

> Something like it previously extended to the end of the file but post-ANSI was
> limited to the scope it's declared in (including very limited scopes where it
> would be useless such as in function parameters).

I think you might be thinking of the use of a previously unreferenced
"struct foo" in a function declaration's parameter list, which is
something that did change (and so gcc warns about it).  But within a
block is not that case.

                        regards, tom lane

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