>> Dunno why src/include/c.h is not including that automatically on your
>> platform, but that's what to look at.
> I found that out some time today.
FWIW, in current sources <stdarg.h> is included *unconditionally* by
c.h, so your problem should go away in 7.1. (This may mean that any
remaining not-quite-ANSI platforms will crash and burn ...) In the
meantime you might check how things work for you if you change c.h to
include <stdarg.h> unconditionally.
>> I've suspected for some time that the conditional include of <varargs.h>
>> near the bottom of c.h is dead code, if not actively pernicious. But
>> without access to a platform where
>> #if defined(sun) && defined(__sparc__) && !defined(__SVR4)
>> applies, I can't be sure whether to rip it out or not.
> Well, I have a Sun Ultra Enterprise 2 (2 166 MHz UltraSPARCs)
> running Solaris 2.5.1. If that qualifies as one of these
> platforms, ...
Evidently not, else your hand addition of <varargs.h> wouldn't have
changed anything since it'd already have been included. I'm guessing
that your compiler predefines __SVR4.
regards, tom lane
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