Am Dienstag, 19. Februar 2008 schrieb Tom Lane:
> Previously, AC_FUNC_FSEEKO did this to test if fseeko was available:
> return !fseeko;
> Now it does this:
> return fseeko (stdin, 0, 0) && (fseeko) (stdin, 0, 0);
> Unfortunately, that gives the compiler enough of a syntactic clue
> to guess that fseeko is probably an undeclared function, and therefore
> *it will not error out*, only generate a warning, if it's not seen
> a declaration for fseeko.
Please try the attached patch.
What is currently the consequence of the problem? Does it fail to build, fail
to run, or does it fail with large files?
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