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VectorCAST Error while Parsing Restrict Keyword

Last updated: 2019-12-05

Why do I get a parse error in the form of              

error: expected a ")"
void *memcpy(void *restrict __DST, const void *restrict __SRC, size_t __LEN) __attribute__(__format__(__memcpy__,1,2,3)));

while compiling?


It’s likely that the failure appears because VectorCAST has not been told the compiler, that it is compiling for C99 code and thus the compile does not see restrict as a keyword.


In VectorCAST please add under Tools | Options | C/C++ |  Language | Parser flags


Then rebuild to resolve. 

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