Tom Lane wrote:
> "Andrew Dunstan" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Of course, the linux kernel is aimed at a limited set of compilers - as I
> > understand it basically gcc although it has been made to build with Intel
> > compilers - which makes things somewhat easier for them. What is our target
> > set of compilers? What is our target version of C?
> "Pretty much anything that speaks ANSI C" is my usual feeling about
> that.  As yet we have not heard of any non-gcc compilers in which this
> is a problem, although you have a point that some compiler somewhere may
> do this and not have a way to turn it off :-(

I now understand the gcc issues.  Sorry for getting confused.

I have removed the void* cast from MemSet until we understand this issue

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