fetchnews.c: invalid operands to binary
murch at andrew.cmu.edu
Mon Apr 10 12:24:20 EDT 2006
Ken Murchison wrote:
> Gabor Gombas wrote:
>> On Mon, Apr 10, 2006 at 02:20:08PM +0200, Antoine Jacoutot wrote:
>>> Back to this thread again.
>>> So, after chatting with some OpenBSD devs, the included patch should
>>> fix the
>>> It would be nice to officialy include it, if the fix is OK with you
>>> (and maybe
>>> with an #ifdef in case it only applies to OpenBSD).
>> The glibc documentation says: "The `tm_gmtoff' field is derived from BSD
>> and is a GNU library extension; it is not visible in a strict ISO C
>> environment." So it should be OK for Linux and *BSD, but may still need
>> an autoconf feature test for other platforms.
>> Also, the meaning of tm_gmtoff is not the same as the global timezone
>> -- Variable: long int timezone
>> Unlike the `tm_gmtoff' member of the broken-down time structure,
>> this value is not adjusted for daylight saving, and its sign is
>> reversed. In GNU programs it is better to use `tm_gmtoff',
>> since it contains the correct offset even when it is not the
>> latest one.
> I have a portable fix that I am working on right now.
try this patch:
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