[freetds] PHP+MSSQL compile on AIX 5.1

James K. Lowden jklowden at schemamania.org
Wed Jun 30 20:35:06 EDT 2004

On Wed, 30 Jun 2004, Martin Spott wrote:
> Would anyone mind applying the following patch ? I replaces every
> occurrence of
>   /**
> with
>  /*

Respectfully, Martin, no.  We need some other kind of replacement. 
Otherwise, we'll have to abandon Doxygen, and I don't want to do that.  

First, is this really the problem?  Does you compiler choke on this:

 * foo returns one.
    return 1;

If that compiles, the problem is more subtle.  In which case I think it
would be better to narrow it down.  

If that doesn't compile, we still need another answer.  Doxygen supports
several "special comment" starters: both '/**' and '/*!' are OK with C. 


Another choice I'd accept would be to include in the distribution a script
that iterates over the .h and .c files, applying your fix.  People who
need it could apply it.  Given that the above code is and has been legal C
for 25 years, we'd hope that one day all compilers could compile it,
making the patch unnecessary.  


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