On Wed, Jan 31, 2007 at 10:35:22PM +0100, Richard Bos wrote:
Ah, I see the #if #else construct now, I did not
notice it before. May the
difference be in the used compiler? With the local build gcc is used and on
the BS 'cc' is used, although gcc, gcc-c++ are installed
cc is just another name for gcc on Linux. It should not behave in a different
What determines the compiler to be used?
As long as you don't give us a pointer to your code we can't say.
To Robert: I have no idea how to make the code POSIX
In that case just use the other member names as seen in the header file.
[some time later]
I found the solution: when I add -D__LINUX to the CFLAGS build option the
build completes succesfully :))
This is a special thing of your application then. glibc does not use __LINUX
in any way.
"Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum sonatur."