I am making a c++ library and I want to include fcntl.h in the header (for the permission constants)
But I have a function called open, the argument list contains classes that can be casted to the fcntl’s open argument list types.
That means when i use
#include<fcntl.h> I am getting an ambiguous error.
I want the library to be as portable as possible.
I thought of changing the name from open to Open but is there a better solution?
Like including the header without parsing the functions(eg. Just including the constants).
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