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Bug#226536: marked as done (libming: implicitly declared function returns a pointer that is used)

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Package: libming
Version: 0.2a.cvs20030716-2
Severity: important

The following functions are used in your pacakge without being defined
(you probably forgot a header file) in your package, and the return
value is converted to a pointer.  This is guaranteed to be fatal on
ia64, and probably any 64-bit architecture.

	Function `getButtonSound' implicitly converted to pointer at displaylist.c:506
	Function `getButtonSound' implicitly converted to pointer at displaylist.c:506
	Function `getButtonSound' implicitly converted to pointer at displaylist.c:506

If appropriate, please upgrade this bug to serious.


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This package has been removed from Debian unstable.  The reasons are:
orphaned, dead upstream, grave bugs, unused.

Martin Michlmayr

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