compile error using iptables 1.2.3 and linux-2.4.9-ac5
Mon, 3 Sep 2001 04:08:12 -0700 (PDT)
--- email@example.com wrote:
> Hi s!
> On Mon, 03 Sep 2001, s I n wrote:
> > # right_end = max(int, right_end - i + sk, right_end + sh);
> > This is line 65 of ipt_string.c, located in /usr/src/linux/net/ipv4/netfilter,
> > When I tried to compile the kernel to use the string match feature, I got
> > an error about parse error near int at ipt_string.c at line 65. Is this a
> > known problem ?
> curiously, last time when I tried string matching I had to *add* `int' as the
> first parameter to max() macro :)
> [wild guess] uhm, remove it?
> [educated guess] some more info? what are the errors?
There is some bad blood right now about the min()/max() macros. Linus
made a controversial change to the macros that Alan Cox says he _will not_
merge in its present form. Thus, 2.4-linus now has the three-arg min()/max(),
and 2.4-alan has the two-arg min()/max() macro. Go have a look at the min()/
max() threads in the lkml archives.
> -- teodor
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