Definition of time_t changed from signed to unsigned...
Clive D.W. Feather
clive at demon.net
Tue Jul 20 08:30:31 UTC 2004
Guy Harris said:
>>> If you can, I'd change the time_t typedef in the OS.
>> Changing an OS-supplied definition is EXTREMELY DUMB. You're risking
>> breaking the OS interfaces.
> When he said "I am in the process of upgrading the kernel version on a
> platform that I
> work on.", it sounded as if he might be one of the developers *of* that
In which case it's a very different kettle of fish, I agree.
I read the original thread as suggesting just changing the header file
available to user code and reacted accordingly - that remains extremely
dumb. Changing the OS's own definitions is, of course, completely
If I've reacted over nothing, I apologise to all concerned.
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