> The problem was that in some source the ndbm.h was included 2 times,
> one directly in .c, and one other in a .h included in .c. I think that
> simply the newer gcc has became more strict... ;)))
This is a bug of you ndbm.h. Don't ask me who introduced this buggy
file (mine is correct), but there seem to be some distributions with a
Try to add
#ifndef _NDBM_H /* allow multiple inclusions */
at the beginning of your ndbm.h and
#endif /* _NDBM_H */
at the end and everything will work correct.
If you know where your ndbm.h comes from, please inform the
maintainer, because this is a bug. BTW: my ndbm.h tells me in the
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