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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] Pointer cast warnings in scripts/
    Roman Zippel wrote:

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    >No, go through the warnings, analyze each one and choose an appropriate
    >solution. You might want to keep notes, which you can post with the
    >changelogs, so one can reproduce, why a certain change was done.
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    >

    The problem is that they're mostly calls to library functions (strlen,
    strcmp, fgets, etc.) so it's either the solaris way or the glibc way.

    A (somewhat unclean) solution is to make the type change based on the
    platform. Are there any defines present to test if we're in a Solaris
    environment? I don't have access to any Solaris machines myself so I
    can't really test.

    Rgds
    Pierre

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