Am Montag, 30. April 2007 schrieb Christian Ohm: > On Monday, 30 April 2007 at 16:17, Giel van Schijndel wrote: > > > 2. gcc 4.2 complains about "audp_lval.sval[audp_leng-2] = (char) NULL;" > > > in lib/gamelib/audp_lexer.l". I've attached a patch to fix it, but > > > perhaps there's a better solution than just changing the cast to a 0. > > > > Doesn't simply using NULL (without the cast) work? > > No. Warning as is: "audp_lexer.l:104: warning: cast from pointer to > integer of different size", and with only NULL: "audp_lexer.l:104: > warning: assignment makes integer from pointer without a cast". So the > result is supposed to be an integer, and using NULL doesn't really make > sense there (not to speak of then casting it to char...). Without looking at the code: sval sounds like string-value. Which would mean that we need a char*. If I'm wrong, it's probably fine to use 0 instead.
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