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Bug#226530: marked as done (tex-guy: implicitly declared function returns a pointer that is used)



Your message dated Mon, 14 May 2007 09:39:42 -0600
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and subject line Please test your reported bug of tex-guy with the new version
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Package: tex-guy
Version: 1.2.4-3
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 `fdopen' implicitly converted to pointer at spc_ps.c:868
	Function `fdopen' implicitly converted to pointer at dvi2escpage.c:145
	Function `fdopen' implicitly converted to pointer at dvi2misc.c:448
	Function `popen' implicitly converted to pointer at gui-lpr.c:623

If appropriate, please upgrade this bug to serious.

thanks,
lamont


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Version: 1.3.2-1

On Sat, May 12, 2007 at 02:07:36PM +0300, Lior Kaplan wrote:
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> Hello All,
> 
> I'm contacting you as you have open bugs against tex-guy package.
> 
> I've uploaded a new version of tex-guy to debian unstable (version 1.3.2).
> 
> As upstream nor I were not sure if that new version fixes your bugs,
> please test them at let me know about the result.

This bug no longer exists in 1.3.2-1, thanks.

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