# To subscribers of the xforms list from Jean-Marc Lasgouttes <Jean-Marc.Lasgouttes@inria.fr> :
>>>>> "Angus" == Angus Leeming <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Angus> Ok, I got it to work and have committed it to the repository.
Angus> However, I don't understand why I need #if 0 ... #endif to
Angus> enable the DEC linker to find fl_portable_v?snprintf. I thought
Angus> that both the #define and the function could exist side by side
Angus> and the linker was sufficiently intelligent to differentiate
Angus> between them.
It seems to me that the test in the code is reversed. Why do we do
#define fl_portable_vsnprintf vsnprintf
when HAVE_SNPRINTF is _not defined?
Angus> Could you advise? Shall I just remove the block of code? It
Angus> serves no useful purpose. Why does the same block of code work
Angus> in LyX?
I really do not know what this code intends to do...
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