Re: g_strdup symbol conflict

On Fri, 06 Jul 2001, Owen Taylor wrote:
> While I have no real measurements, my guess is that GLib is vastly
> more commonly used than libgssapi_krb5. And g_strdup() is one of the
> most commonly used GLib functions.
> Changing the name of g_strdup() from GLib is not really an option --
> I wouldn't be suprised however, if its not part of the gssapi
> public interface and could safely be renamed there. 
> (Evidence for this is provided by the fact that there is no reference
> to g_strdup in any of the header files installed in
> /usr/kerberos/include)
> Regards,
>                                         Owen
> [ CC'ed Nalin Dahyabhai on this mail since he maintains our Kerberos
>   packages and may have run into or have some idea about this problem ]

I've also emailed one of the kerberos people about this issue right
away, but haven't heard anything back yet.

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