2018-01-16 17:51 GMT-03:00 Jonathan de Boyne Pollard:
> Charlie Brady:
>> /usr/include/curses.h:843:31: error:   initializing argument 1 of 'char*
>> tigetstr(char*)' [-fpermissive]
>> service-status.cpp:148:21: error: invalid conversion from 'const char*' to
>> 'char*' [-fpermissive]
>>     s = tigetstr(setaf);
> This is a problem that I thought was confined to OpenBSD, and its
> not-|const|-correct ncurses library.  Certainly this has never been a
> problem on Debian nor on FreeBSD, and M. Caravia did not report any lack of
> |const|-correctness on Arch Linux.

Neither has been a problem on Gentoo. However...

>  What does line 843 of your
> |/usr/include/curses.h| actually say?  Because that's not the location of
> that function declaration in that header in either Dickey ncurses or Acton
> pdcurses as far as I can see.  So what curses are you actually using?

Dickey ncurses' 'configure' script has options --enable-const and
--disable-const. When ncurses is built with --disable-const,
tigetstr()'s parameter has type char *, when built with
--enable-const, it has type const char *. When neither is specified,
default is --disable-const for ncurses 5, and --enable-const for
ncurses 6.

On my computer:

$ grep -E '(define NCURSES_CONST|tigetstr)' /usr/include/curses.h
#define NCURSES_CONST const
extern NCURSES_EXPORT(char *) tigetstr (NCURSES_CONST char *);  /*
implemented */

I can't check what is the case for CentOS, asuming it ships Dickey
ncurses, but I could bet...


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