Solaris 7 w/ current CVS.

Nicolas.Williams at Nicolas.Williams at
Wed Aug 21 07:57:03 EST 2002

Why not define it as "sizeof(size_t)"?


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ben Lindstrom [mailto:mouring at]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2002 5:24 PM
> To: OpenSSH Development
> Subject: Solaris 7 w/ current CVS.
> Not sure about any other version, but I know sol7 lacks 
> SIZE_T_MAX which
> we are now using in -current.
> OpenBSD defines it as ULONG_MAX.   Pawing through the Solaris 
> /usr/include
> it stated it could be 'u_int' or 'u_long'.  Depends on if your are
> compiling legacy stuff.
> I'm sure other OSes may encounter this issue (not tried 
> Linux, but Redhat
> 7.x does not define it), but what is the collective 
> suggestion in regards
> to detectin what size_t is.
> For a work around locally I'm just defining SIZE_T_MAX to 
> ULONG_MAX in my
> local Solaris tree.
> - Ben
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