[PATCH 3/3] configure: Use 0 instead of NULL because NULL isn't defined.
mstefani at redhat.com
Sat Oct 20 08:21:43 CDT 2007
Alexandre Julliard wrote:
> Michael Stefaniuc <mstefani at redhat.com> writes:
>> Actually it's not a cast. It's a heuristic that the compiler has to make
>> to detect a NULL pointer. The best heuristic for this is (char *) 0.
Duh ... that should have been (void *) 0.
> There's no heuristic involved here, the assignment is clearly to a
> pointer, and 0 is a perfectly valid null pointer, no cast is needed.
I was talking more in general and not about this concrete case here.
Both "0" and "(void *) 0" work here; which to use is a matter of style
and thus good for a flame war. But i don't care too much to start one ;)
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