Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 137783
utf8 patches doesn't build with gcc 2.95
Last modified: 2013-07-02 19:03:08 EDT
As asked in bug #116233
Additional Comment #17 From Jindrich Novy (firstname.lastname@example.org) on
2004-10-29 11:02 -------
however, since you're compiling mc from the Red Hat distribution src
rpm, I'm interested in issues regarding even the problems you
mentioned with gcc-2.95, because it would show some incorrectnesses
not only in the upstream source code, but in the source code I add in
patches or in spec file.
Could you please file a new bug for it?
Created attachment 106006 [details]
Patch to patches :)
I contacted Vladimir Nadvornik about this issue.
Your patch does not remove the #define _ISOC99_SOURCE from edit.h,
which is introduced in the utf8-input patch. I think this is necessary
to avoid warnings at least.
Could you complete your patch and attach it here again? And an email
to email@example.com with this patch would be fine as well.
... but please don't make diff to patches, even though it's funny,
it's absolutely unreadable ;-)
Could you post here the improved version of the utf8-input patch then?
Created attachment 106072 [details]
utf8-fix patch fixed to build with -ansi
Created attachment 106073 [details]
utf8-input patch fixed to build with -ansi
Thanks and sorry for being so slow.
Nickolay, you needn't to excuse, you weren't slow but Leonard was too
It's now fixed in mc-4.6.1-0.9.