Error Compiling C Code with Time and Date Functions.
On Tue, Dec 09, 2008 at 03:32:35PM -0600, Martin McCormick wrote:
> I portedd some code I had written in FreeBSD unix over to
> a new ubuntu-server system only to discover that none of the
> time and date functions compile in Linux but do so under
> FreeBSD. When referencing members of the structure timeptr such as
> (timeptr->tm_year - 100), (timeptr->tm_mon) + 1, timeptr->tm_mday);
> compilation finds an error every time. The following
> fragment will produce the error:
> struct tm *timeptr;
> time_t elapsed_seconds; /*since midnight 1/1/70*/
> timeptr = localtime(&elapsed_seconds); /*fill structure*/
> sprintf(newalarm,"alarms%02d%02d%02d", (timeptr->tm_year - 100), (timeptr->tm_mon) + 1, timeptr->tm_mday);
> #include <sys/time.h>
Your problem seems to be here. On my machine at lease, time.h is not
in /usr/include/sys. It's in /usr/include. The struct you are making a
pointer to above is not defined in sys/time.h. You need:
I do see the struct defined there. It is a part of libc6-dev.
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