[Snort-devel] __func__ not before GCC 2.95.3
cmg at ...81...
Fri Feb 27 07:38:07 EST 2004
"Jan Hugo Prins" <jhp at ...2405...> writes:
> I have a rather old system that still works with EGCS 1.1.2 and GCC 2.91.6.
> When I tried to compile the latest version of snort I got several errors
> with regard to a function __func__ that didn't exist. After some searching
> I found that this was because of the old GCC compiler I use.
> Is there a reason that this function is used?
> As far as I understood __FUNCTION__ is also available and works with
> older versions of gcc.
I swore there was supposed to be a macro test for that in configure.in
but it might just assume that gcc has __func__
Chris Green <cmg at ...2257...>
Don't use a big word where a diminutive one will suffice.
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