Re: OLC problems

From: Forgotten Realm (
Date: 05/02/99

Thanks again for your help.  You were correct in that my problem was caused
by HAVE_STRING_H was not defined.  For some reason when I was adding the
code for medit.c, I placed the call to sysdep.h before the call to comm.h.
The define is in comm.h and by switching them, I was making the call before
the definition.  Thanks again.

>From: Albert <thecheezeman@EARTHLINK.NET>
>Reply-To: Circle Discussion List <>
>Subject: Re:  OLC problems
>Date: Sun, 2 May 1999 14:06:12 -0500
>In that case, I'm assuming HAVE_STRING_H was never defined. Place it
>wherever it is
>appropriate. I don't know Circle that well, so I'd just put it before the
>#define HAVE_STRING_H
>#include <string.h>
>#include <strings.h>
>But this feels like a really cheap hack...I'd reccommend you make good use
>of the MSVC's Find
>in Files feature and search for HAVE_STRING.
>At 5/2/99 11:56:00 AM, you wrote:
> >The area that it is referring to says:
> >
> >#ifdef HAVE_STRING_H
> >#include <string.h>
> >#else                           // Not sure why this caused problems
> >#include <strings.h>
> >#endif
> >
> >If I try taking out the esle and #include<strings.h> line, it returns the
> >following errors:

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