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From Mike Stevens <>
Subject Re: Compiling mod_jk on FreeBSD
Date Thu, 13 Oct 2005 19:58:23 GMT

--- Randy Kunkee <> wrote:

>Haven't looked at the code, but probably "t" is not an int. If it's a  
>pointer, you're in for trouble.
>Just to take a stab at it, try just casting the t instead of the  
>whole expression. The following should compile and might even work:
>        int tid = (int)t & 0xFFFF;

That does indeed compile; I have not tested it yet to see if it actually works.  It is odd
that the same code compiles on Solaris, though with gcc 3.3.2. Perhaps a compiler oddity with
gcc 3.4?  


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