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Re: [Tinycc-devel] LOTS of warnings when using function pointers.

From: Mario Rugiero
Subject: Re: [Tinycc-devel] LOTS of warnings when using function pointers.
Date: Sun, 7 Jul 2013 21:01:39 -0300

PS: you can check out the code (and try to reproduce what I'm getting) here:

I'm going to upload a change I made to correctly detect the platform in a few minutes, but before telling me it's that, I warn you, it's not the platform, that's already corrected here and the warnings keep. Maybe there is some actual double definition and I just coulnd't find it.

2013/7/7 Mario Rugiero <address@hidden>
Hi, I'm building a project on Xubuntu 13.04 on an AMD64 computer.
This project is a game engine in C and makes use of function pointers, and every time the compiler finds one of them throws this kind of warning:
CMakeFiles/wolf3dredux.dir/unix/unix_system.c.o: error: 'pfSqrt' defined twice
new_bind=1 new_shndx=3 new_vis=0 old_bind=1 old_shndx=3 old_vis=0

I checked there are no multiple definitions actually, so I have no idea what causes this warnings.

Also, the latter message seems to be sent in an asynchronous way that leads to odd line breakages (it prints a multiple of four number of characters, then prints a bunch of warnings like the first, and then continue with the rest of the broken line).

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