From: Mike Nordell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Nov 27 2002 - 07:04:49 EST
I'll only comment on the obvious interface bugs:
Martin MOKREJŠ wrote:
> srcc-3303 CC: WARNING File = /software/@sys/usr/include/popt.h, Line = 443
> A type qualifier on a return type is meaningless.
> /*@observer@*/ const char *const poptStrerror(const int error)
This is an interface error. The last "const" is superfluous and indeed
completely meaningless. It's about as meaningful as applying "const" to a
return type "bool", which you also display exists in the current code.
Do you think you could whip up a patch to fix this? It seems your compiler
is a lot less forgiving than the mainstream. :-)
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