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John Brown

Hello All,

I see getline in libminwex.a but I cannot find a header that includes
it.I am using gcc-5.3.0 and mingwrt-3.22.2.

Regards,
John Brown.

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Re: getline missing

Keith Marshall
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On 10/10/16 13:41, John Brown wrote:
> I am using gcc-5.3.0 and mingwrt-3.22.2. I see getline in
> libminwex.a ...

You should not do; this must be an artefact from a mingwrt-5.0 build,
and I must have forgotten to "make clean", before cutting the release
build for mingwrt-3.22.2.

> ... but I cannot find a header that includes it.

Both getline(), and getdelim() from which it is derived, will be added
to <stdio.h>, for mingwrt-5.0; exposure of both will depend on having
an appropriate setting for the _POSIX_C_SOURCE feature test.

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Keith.

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Re: getline missing

John Brown
On Monday, October 10, 2016 1:34 PM, Keith Marshall wrote:

> On 10/10/16 13:41, John Brown wrote:
> > I am using gcc-5.3.0 and mingwrt-3.22.2. I see getline in
> > libminwex.a ...
>
> You should not do; this must be an artefact from a mingwrt-5.0 build,Send
> and I must have forgotten to "make clean", before cutting the release
> build for mingwrt-3.22.2.
>
> > ... but I cannot find a header that includes it.
>
> Both getline(), and getdelim() from which it is derived, will be added
> to <stdio.h>, for mingwrt-5.0; exposure of both will depend on having
> an appropriate setting for the _POSIX_C_SOURCE feature test.

Does the fact that we are just at mingwrt-3.22.2 say anything about
when mingwrt-5.0 may be expected?

Regards,
John Brown.
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Re: getline missing

Keith Marshall
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On 11/10/16 18:16, John Brown wrote:
> Does the fact that we are just at mingwrt-3.22.2 say anything about
>  when mingwrt-5.0 may be expected?

No. The mingwrt-3.22 and w32api-3.18 releases are the last planned for
the 3.x series.  There have already been 4.x releases; they turned out
to be a TARFUBAR, which I would prefer to forget.  5.0 will be the next
release, with mingwrt-5.0 and w32api-5.0 to be released together, and
thereafter kept in version number lock-step; I will release them when
I consider them to be ready.

If you need any of the new functionality, ahead of formal release, you
are always welcome to clone the combined git repository, and build the
5.0-active branch; the respective change-logs should give you some
idea of what's new.

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