lib/include files and compiling...
Sat Dec 1 19:40:00 GMT 2001
Just curious as to why in /usr/include/stdio.h:
FILE * _EXFUN(tmpfile, (void));
While many others (Linux, OpenBSD) have
extern FILE *tmpfile __P ((void));
What is the motivation behind putting the _EXFUN infront of the 'tmpfile'
instead of behind it? I am finding that this is causing some compatibility
problems and I cannot compile things because of it.
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