[xml] RE: Use of 'strdup' in 'xmllint.c'

Hum, that's not clean.

I guess it's rather

382:    return((char*)xmlCharStrdup(line_read));

but is the casting OK?


 -----Original Message-----
From:         Henke, Markus  
Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2001 2:13 PM
To:   'xml gnome org'
Subject:      Use of 'strdup' in 'xmllint.c'


in 'xmllint.c' (libxml2-2.4.12) we have

382:    return(strtrdup(line_read));

Am i right that it should be

382:    return(xmlStrdup(line_read));


 << File: xmllint.diff >> 

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