usage of reserved C++-keyword in cthreads.h
I was just trying to create a small test-program with libtrivfs and stumbled
across the use of the reserved C++-keyword 'catch' in struct cthread.
Is there a known workaround for that problem and, if not, could someone patch
the header with
#error this file can only be used with plain C, not C++
in conformance to the rest of the file.
However, after using a brute hack (#defining catch to something else while
#including the headers) I got some more errors, but those where mostly about
implicit conversions that are not done in C++ (for type-safety). The question
is, whether there is a known workaround or, if not, it is worth the fuss to
C++-ize those headers.
Another note, btw: I would go so far to file a bug against the package that
contains cthreads.h, but dpkg doesn't know where it came from !?
 I believe that this 'c_plusplus' thing is also wrong/obsolete, the rest
of the world uses '__cplusplus' instead...