I uploaded dateutils-0.2.2fix1.tar.xz to the github downloads section. Builds with -pedantic compilers should go through now.
What I mean is the following construct:
static char foo;
static char foo = "0123";
Yeah, sorry. I should have mentioned somewhere that I strictly need a C99 or C11 compiler. gcc's '-pedantic' is, well, pedantic and does not allow the a static array declaration with omitted bounds to decay to a pointer.
OK, it's because of the '-pedantic' flag. thanks.
How are the array declarations in /lib/date-core-strpf.h supposed to work?
I keep getting 'array size missing' errors.
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