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From NormW <no...@gknw.net>
Subject Re: modules\http2 - structure initializing.
Date Thu, 27 Aug 2015 11:39:17 GMT
Yann, Sorry for the delay,
In simple terms, no; it is obvious the compiler (other people use other 
names) just sees that as a single item list, and complains about the 
syntax, regardless of how many items are in the list.

To be honest up to this point the compiler has been able to build 
everything (including all of httpd-trunk), and I proposed the small 
variations suggested in the diff on the grounds I (and evidently a few 
others) thought the suggested format was clearer.

However, it is not MY intention to limit in any way the functionality of 
tomorrows software solely so NetWare can make some show of trying to 
keep up. I've no idea how much more coding is needed for your project, 
and it may be that the next change or the 100th from now will be beyond 
the capabilities of what tools I have to use, and the race will be over 
for both the horse and the rider. Code as you see fit and if it 
eventuates that NetWare can't keep up, there's a lot of others who will.
Regards,
Norm

On 27/08/2015 8:29 PM, Yann Ylavic wrote:
> Hi,
>
> On Wed, Aug 26, 2015 at 12:53 AM, NormW <normw@gknw.net> wrote:
>> Herewith an svn diff that implements line-by-line initialization of three
>> structures (no idea if there's a technical term for it) in place of the list
>> method now used, e.g struct x = { , , , }.
>>
>> I acknowledge upfront that 'my' somewhat dated compiler cannot handle the
>> list method, whereas the method portrayed in the diff is totally acceptable
>> to it.
>
> Does it accept x = {0} still?
>
> Regards,
> Yann.
>


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