I'm trying to write an autoconf macro to figure out if the function
krb5_free_unparsed_name exists (because it exists in MIT but not Heimdal),
to fix a rather nasty bug in our Kerberos implementation.

However, I'm failing :(

I'm simply using

which works fine on unix, but breaks on win32. Because autoconf tries the
function with no parameters, which doesn't work due to win32 decorations.
The function is declared in krb5.h - is there some way to make autoconf
load that header file and use the declaration from there?

(If I manually set HAVE_KRB5_FREE_UNPARSED_NAME, I can perfectly well *use*
the function as long as I put the correct number of arguments in there)


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