I have such bad luck compiling open source C/C++ stuff on AIX...
http://www.pc-tools.net/linux/ has "renattach" which can be used in
conjunction with procmail to rename executable UU and MIME-encoded file
attachments before end-users get hold of them. It's to protect them from
It doesn't compile on AIX and I'm wondering if anyone else on here has
compiled it before or can get it to compile by chance? I'd love to get
hold of the executable or modified source that will compile.. Trying with
the latest GCC and G++ from www.bull.de shareware site...
Thanks in advance!
PS. Errors I get:
gcc renattach.cpp -o ren
renattach.cpp: In function `bool is_match(char *, bool)':
renattach.cpp:226: implicit declaration of function `int strcasecmp(...)'
renattach.cpp: In function `int main(int, char **)':
renattach.cpp:449: implicit declaration of function `int strncasecmp(...)'