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Re: T90 compilation failure in <ctype.h> (ITS#1205)

Fixed in HEAD, thanks.

At 10:13 PM 6/15/2001, kst@sdsc.edu wrote:
>Full_Name: Keith Thompson
>Version: 2.0.11+
>OS: Unicos 10
>URL: ftp://ftp.openldap.org/incoming/
>Submission from: (NULL) (
>On the Cray T90, running Unicos 10.0.0.X, compilation fails in
>while compiling ucstr.c.
>I'm using a snapshot downloaded from CVS today, 2001-06-15.
>Here's a portion of the compilation log:
>Making all in /projects/admin/kst/src/OpenLDAP/snapshot/ldap/libraries
>  Entering subdirectory liblunicode
>        cc -g -I../../include        -I../../include     -c -o ucdata.o
>        cc -g -I../../include        -I../../include     -c -o ure.o ure.c
>        cc -g -I../../include        -I../../include     -c -o urestubs.o
>        cc -g -I../../include        -I../../include     -c -o ucstr.o ucstr.c
>CC-65 cc: ERROR File = /usr/include/ctype.h, Line = 53
>  A semicolon is expected at this point.
>  extern int isalnum __((int _C));
>                     ^
>(There are 100 more errors compiling that source file.)
>The problem, I think, is that several OpenLDAP header files undefine
>and/or redefine the identifier "__" (double underscore).  This symbol
>is used by the Unicos implementation of <ctype.h>.
>Note that the ISO C standard says, in section 7.1.3,
>    All identifiers that begin with an underscore and either an uppercase letter
>or another
>    underscore are always reserved for any use.