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Re: CVS 1.11p1 build under Solaris 7 (RETSIGTYPE)

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: CVS 1.11p1 build under Solaris 7 (RETSIGTYPE)
Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2001 11:24:48 -0400 (EDT)

Jeff Blaine writes:
> >> "sighandle.c", line 68: syntax error before or at: RETSIGTYPE
> >> "sighandle.c", line 68: function cannot return function or array
> >> "sighandle.c", line 68: cannot recover from previous errors
> > 
> > How is RETSIGTYPE defined in config.h?  (And what does ``uname -a''
> > report for Solaris 7?  I can never keep the mapping between SunOS
> > versions and Solaris versions.)
> #define RETSIGTYPE void

Then either some other (system) header file is redefining it or the
compiler is broken.  You might try ``gcc -Wall'' to see if that will
point out the culprit; otherwise, you'll probably have to use ``cc -E''
to get the preprocessor output and examine it by hand.  It works just
fine with Sun's C compiler, by the way.

-Larry Jones

It's SUSIE!  It's a GIRL!  Santa would understand! -- Calvin

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