Re: stdlib.h i386 and alpha differences! was: Bug#22650: xcircuit: nonmaintainer upload for Alpha patches
On Wed 20 May 1998, Carlos Carvalho wrote:
> Paul Slootman (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote on 20 May 1998 12:28:
> >On Wed 20 May 1998, James Troup wrote:
> >> Paul Slootman <email@example.com> writes:
> >Apparently it _does_ :-( I also read the manpage for malloc, included
> >stdlib.h, and saw that the warnings didn't go away. I then looked into
> >/usr/include/stdlib.h and saw that there were no declarations for any
> >alloc routines.
> UHH???!!! malloc and calloc are defined by ANSI C with their
> prototypes in <stdlib.h>. And they are there!
Damn, I just unpacked the libc6.1-dev .deb here (I don't have access to
my Alpha at the moment), and I see that it's exactly the same as the
i386 version (which is exactly what I had expected).
I heavily suspect that in the package building frenzy I was in last
night, I confused a couple of xterms and used unistd.h instead of
James: please change the malloc.h to stdlib.h.
Paul "dozy" Slootman
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