2008/10/9 Sean C. Farley :
> On Wed, 8 Oct 2008, Ivan Voras wrote:

>> str.c: In function 'ltime':
>> str.c:141: warning: '%c' yields only last 2 digits of year in some
>> locales on non-BSD systems
>> *** Error code 1
>> Since the code I'm developing is definitely BSD-only (patch to pkg_*
>> infrastructure), should I:
>> a) stop using locale-based %c and choose my own date/time format
>> b) remove WFORMAT from the Makefile?
>> The same warning/error is generated by %x and %X, and %+ described in
>> the strftime man page isn't recognized.

> You are hitting a gcc builtin. Have you tried adding
> -fno-builtin-strftime?

The code im working on is part of FreeBSD and uses FreeBSD's
infrastructure for building. I can avoid the warning by defining
WFORMAT to be 0 but I don't know how to add -fno-builtin-strftime
except directly into CFLAGS.

I don't think the original author (John Hubbard) is around anymore so
the question is - should I just remove WFPORMAT from this Makefile?
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