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Incorrect definition of fpos_t ?

From: Pennifold, John R
Subject: Incorrect definition of fpos_t ?
Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2002 17:11:32 +0100

Hi ,
I'm running Red Hat Linux 7.2 and am trying to port some C programs from
DG/UX. I'm hitting a problem with a seemingly incorrect definition (via
stdio.h to _G_config.h) at the compile phase. In other Unix systems fpos_t
is *long, but in this version it's a structure (_G_fpos_t). I've found lots
of postings and messages concerning this problem in the past but I can't
find a solution. RH7.2 incorporates   glibc 2.2.4 and gcc 2.96. Can you

Many thanks

John Pennifold
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