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Re: [Problem] mempcpy is missing? (FAQ alert)
Charles Wilson wrote:
> No. I'm going to fix memcpy. If it ain't broke, don't mess with it.
> memcpy is broken. I'll fix *that*.
>> Isn't this the first time anyone has reported these problem
>> prototypes messing up a compile?
> Nope; I've done it several times. 'course, my solution at those times
> was the same as yours: submit a patch to cygwin.din.
> And really, it's hard to blame most packages for simply assuming that
> if (e.g.) memcpy.h exists then Well Of COURSE memcpy() is available.
> Slightly more paranoid maintainers might simply die during configure
> if memcpy() can't be found. Only the truly obsessed-with-portability
> would provide alternate implementations (bcopy?) if memcpy() wasn't
> found, but memcpy.h was.
- The issue here was mempcpy, not memcpy
- Cygwin *doesn't* have a memcpy.h
- I still don't understand what you are going to fix - am I missing the
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