Hi, as advised, I'm posting these questions to the list:
I'm compiling DeleGate on an old 486 machine, running a Linux 2.028, which
I plan to use for testing.
The question: I see lots of messages like the following:
smtpgate.c:1298: warning: `tobe_rejected' was declared implicitly `extern'
and later `static'
smtpgate.c:1362: warning: `setFilter' was declared implicitly `extern' and
cc -O -I../include -c alias.c
cc -O -I../include -c domain.c
cc -O -I../include -c sh.c
sh.c: In function `service_sh':
sh.c:31: warning: comparison between pointer and integer
cc -O -I../include -c nsh.c
cc -O -I../include -c pgps.c
pgps.c:118: warning: `respGET' was declared implicitly `extern' and later
cc -O -I../include -c socks4.c \
Shall I worry about these messages and try and clean-up a little bit, or
what's your advice? Did you actually compile this on Linux, on which
version, which version of GCC, libraries etc.?