Jim Meyering wrote:
However, I confess I don't know enough about the alternatives you mention (below) to say if it's worth pursuing.Another, less appealing, is to look at some of the modern XDR library replacements. Uli suggested one, but I've lost the link at the moment... Of course that involves porting those libraries to Mac and Windows, which may be a load of effort in itself.
It's TI-RPC.Unfortunately the licensing of TI-RPC is very confused (see section 3.13 "Other SunRPC libraries, TI-RPC" of http://et.redhat.com/~rjones/secure_rpc/).
In any case it would involve a bunch of extra porting work, so it's easier just to fix the missing xdr_quad_t type.
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