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Am Tue, 5 Jun 2012 21:29:36 +0200
schrieb Uwe Seimet <Uwe.Seimet@xxxxxxxxx>:
> > Line 122 looks like this:
> > extern int ZEXPORT unzStringFileNameCompare OF ((const char*
> > fileName1, const char*
> > fileName2, int iCaseSensitivity));
> > What happens if you comment it out?
> Then it works, but other lines fail with the same problem.
> > If you for some wierd reason have some Windows or BeOS defines
> > enabled in your build, ZEXPORT will probably be bogus.
> Except for a newer zlib nothing on my machine changed that could
> influence the build, as far as I can tell. The update from zlib 1.2.5
> to 22.214.171.124 may have caused this problem. If this is the reason I
> would expect the build to fail on other Linux machines as well,
> sooner or later.
Are you using Gentoo? Looking at the following URL:
.... this looks like a breakage in Gentoo's zlib to me.
Anyway, we should consider removing these silly OF macro from our
unzip.h header, since nobody is ever going to compile Hatari with a non
ANSI-C compiler, right? Or can anybody see a good reason to keep the OF