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gcc 3.3.2 reports fmod/fmod.h containts many instances of non-portable whitespace. This steps from writing lines such as ” #include” where the are spaces to the left of the pound symbol (#). I have altered my local copy of fmod.h to eliminate this problem and I’m posting here to suggest that the next version of fmod.h could be written to eliminate this warning message.

Thanks,

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If this is from compiling under Linux, you can simply run the “dos2unix” command on fmod.h to convert it to the *nix whitespace standard. The fmod.h in the Linux distribution shouldn’t have this problem.

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why make everybody mess with line endings when a simple fix to the header file can solve it for everybody?

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You could simply download the Linux version of FMod, the headers are fine for gcc in that version.

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I guess I must have accidentally copied over them with the windows version at some point. note to self: fix porting pipeline.

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