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Subject: Re: -DSTDC_HEADERS=1 ...problems with string.h?
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> From: "deckerben" <deckerben AT freenet DOT de>
> Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
> Date: Fri, 5 Apr 2002 23:30:45 +0200
> In file included from tparam.c:29:
> d:/user/djgpp/include/string.h:55: parse error before '(' token
> d:/user/djgpp/include/string.h:55: parse error before "const"
> make.exe: *** [tparam.o] Error 1
> I examined the makefile and removed ONLY the DEFS
> declaration -DSTDC_HEADERS=1
> The library then compiled completely without appearant problems.
> Is this declaration always incompatible with DJGPP?

There's nothing wrong with defining STANDARD_HEADERS, it's fully
compatible with DJGPP.

If you look at string.h, line 55, you will see that this line declares
a prototype for the function `index'.  I'm guessing that when
STANDARD_HEADERS is defined, termcap's sources also define `index' to
something else, and that something causes the compiler to barf.

If my guess is correct, the problem is not STANDARD_HEADERS, but the
definition of `index' in termcap.

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