Just a guess, but va_list is defined in System i's stdarg.h as:
typedef char *va_list;
so perhaps you can simply add your own define for va_copy, something like:
#define va_copy(tmp,ap) memcpy(tmp,ap)
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Subject: [C400-L] Variable argument list error : Operand must be a
I got a problem (hopefully the last one) with a module:
NEOERR *string_appendvf (STRING *str, const char *fmt, va_list ap)
int bl, size;
va_copy(tmp, ap); // <-- this is the line with the error
Nachricht . . . : /home/schmidt/clearsilver/util/neo_str.c, 152.3:
CZM0025(30) Operand must be a modifiable lvalue.
Cause . . . . . : A modifiable lvalue is an expression representing an
object that can be changed.
Recovery . . . : Change the operand.
Actually I don't know how to solve this. On Linux it compiled without a
I am just a C newbie. Perhaps someone can enlighten me!?
Thanx in advance
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