>>>>> Bill Alexander writes:
Bill> I'm running scotty2.1.10 on Solaris 2.6, and recently switched
Bill> from Sun cc to gcc. I noticed that the first time I used the
Bill> snmp scotty tcl command, scotty would crash. I was able to get
Bill> around this with a patch, that I thought you might like to pick
Yes, gcc allocates constant strings in a non-writable section (unless
you specify some command line options).
The current CVS version does not have this problem since it uses a
cleaner way to initialize the MIB parser.
Anyway, thanks for the patch (although I doubt that there will ever
be an 2.1.11 version).
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